In Psalms 82:6 it reads “I have said, Ye are Gods; and all of you are children of the most High.” I have always thought this passage was telling us that we have the potential to become Gods. Is James E. Talmage expressing a different interpretation on page 501 of his book, Jesus The Christ?

In Psalms 82:6 it reads “I have said, Ye are Gods; and all of you are children of the most High.” I have always thought this passage was telling us that we have the potential to become Gods. Is James E. Talmage expressing a different interpretation on page 501 of his book, Jesus The Christ?

Dear Gramps, In Psalms 82:6 it reads I have said, Ye are Gods; and all of you are children of the most High. I have always thought this passage was telling us that we have the potential to become Gods. However, James E. Talmage may have stated otherwise. At the bottom...
How do you teach an Atheist about God?

How do you teach an Atheist about God?

Question   Dear Gramps, How do you teach an Atheist about God, where do you start? Bonnie   Answer   Dear Bonnie, Convince him to read the Book of Mormon. After he has done that, ask him if he will read it one more time. This time sincerely apply the...
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