Sin

Sin

Dear Gramps, I was reading one of the questions you answered and needed a little more information. When the Savior comes will we still commit sin? If Satan is bound, are we still being temped by the devil or are man just a sinful creature that dosn’t need much...
Blood sacrifices/Law of Moses

Blood sacrifices/Law of Moses

I have a problem; the Church agrees with mainline Christians that when Jesus came, he fullfilled the Law of Moses, so therefore, Animal or blood sacrifice was done away with; last year in Gospel principles class, the teacher was discussing the chapter of Sacrifice,...
A Sure Witness

A Sure Witness

What is meant by “a sure witness”? Also, what is an “apostolic witness”? Marc Dear Marc, Doctrine & Covenants 107:23 23 The twelve traveling councilors are called to be the Twelve Apostles, or special witnesses of the name of Christ in all...
Seventies

Seventies

Many years ago, missionaries were given the priesthood office of “seventy”. Ward and Stake Missionaries were also called as “seventy”. Do we know any more of the seventy called by Christ in Luke 10:1 and did they hold the Melchizedek...
How come in the time of Christ there were more than one set of apostles called and yet there is only the twelve today?  What about the twelve he called when he visited the Americas?

How come in the time of Christ there were more than one set of apostles called and yet there is only the twelve today? What about the twelve he called when he visited the Americas?

Dear Gramps, I sometimes wonder, how come in the time of Christ were there more than one set of apostles called and why there is only THE twelve today. What I mean is that Jesus called his apostles, those who ministered with him and then when he was resurrected and...
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