Did Jesus have siblings?

Did Jesus have siblings?

Question   Hey gramps, I was just recently watching a bible video (by the Church) about young Jesus teaching at a temple. Mary came looking for him and holding her hand were two young children. Does Jesus have siblings? And if he does, where does it say he does? ...
Was there a resurrection before Christ?

Was there a resurrection before Christ?

Question   Gramps, Was there a resurrection before Christ? Siegfried   Answer   Siegried, In order to answer this question it is probably best to begin with the Fall and its consequences. When Adam and Eve partook of the fruit of “good and...
Would the demands of justice still be satisfied?

Would the demands of justice still be satisfied?

Question   Gramps, Would the demands of justice still be satisfied if Jesus went to a world other than this one? Joseph   Answer   Joseph, The easy answer to this question would be “yes” the demands of justice would easily be satisfied if...
What about the trinity of the Godhead?

What about the trinity of the Godhead?

Question   Hallo Gramps, Does the Trinity really reflect the existence of our Father (GODHEAD). I have come to view Jesus as our big brother, who is perfect and never as part of the ALMIGHTY, but a creation of Him. Could I be wrong? Charles   Answer  ...
Who do Mormons worship?

Who do Mormons worship?

Question   Gramps, Who do Mormons worship, God the Father or His Son, Jesus Christ? Who answers prayers? Paul   Answer   Paul, The mode of worship in our faith is to worship them all together.  While we do seek to differentiate ourselves from...
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