Will there be a need for a temple in the Celestial Kingdom?

Will there be a need for a temple in the Celestial Kingdom?

Question   Gramps, Temples are necessary in order that the sacred ordinances and covenants necessary for exaltation in the celestial kingdom may be bestowed upon all those who are worthy of exaltation. At the end of the Millennium all will have been resurrected and...
What is a woman’s real purpose?

What is a woman’s real purpose?

Question   Dear Gramps, Why was Adam forgiven but not Eve? And why are women punished for her sin (according to Brigham Young Women are cursed because of her)? Does the Article of Faith ‘We believe a man will be punished for his own sins and not Adam’s...
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   Dear Charles,...
God’s greatest gift to man?  Sealed in next life?

God’s greatest gift to man? Sealed in next life?

Question   Gramps, As I have been reading, I came across God’s greatest gift to man is–agency, eternal life, and Christ’ Atonement. So which is the greatest, or is it just that all are?? Bruce   Answer   Bruce, Here is the plain truth.  They are all...
Is it wrong to baptize mentally handicapped children?

Is it wrong to baptize mentally handicapped children?

Question   Gramps, Is it wrong to baptize mentally handicapped children? Scott   Answer   Hello Scott, Thank you for your question. On the Church’s website, there is a specific area dedicated to helping address questions similar to yours called: Disability...
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