Can you explain the Adam-God doctrine?

Can you explain the Adam-God doctrine?

Question Gramps, Can you explain the Adam-God doctrine? Don   Answer Don, I can certainly explain that it is not offical LDS Doctrine. There is no clear scriptural precedent for the typical understanding of Brigham Young’s¬†comments. Did he mean something...
What is the origin of the Salt Lake City Temple?

What is the origin of the Salt Lake City Temple?

Question   Gramps, Can you tell me the date that construction on the SLC Mormon Temple was begun and when the work was completed? Cole   Answer   Cole, Groundbreaking for the Salt Lake Temple was done on ¬†February 14, 1853. The cornerstone was laid on...
What happened at Mountain Meadows?

What happened at Mountain Meadows?

Question   Gramps, I have a friend that told me the Mormons murdered children at the massacre in Mountain Meadows. I have read many different versions of this story. Which is correct? Faith   Answer   Dear Faith, The Mountain Meadow Massacre was a...
Is the White Horse Prophecy true or false?

Is the White Horse Prophecy true or false?

Question Gramps, Is the White Horse Prophecy a valid and true prophecy or is it false? John   Answer Dear John, In short, it is false. There are many prophecies attributed to Joseph Smith that were written from memory, many after he was martyred. Most all of...
Blacks and the Priesthood

Blacks and the Priesthood

I was asked the question of why didn’t all blacks get the priesthood. They said some did and referenced blacklds.org as their source. I reseached their site and yours as to verifiable sources. I found a talk by Marvin Perkins which references ordination dates...
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