Where did the light come from mentioned in Genesis 1:3?

Where did the light come from mentioned in Genesis 1:3?

Question   Gramps, What was the “light” from mentioned in Genesis 1:3? Annurs   Answer   Dear Annurs, Thank you for your question. There are several accounts of the creation given in the scriptures. Each account, while slightly different, all help to paint...
Were Adam and Eve Christians?

Were Adam and Eve Christians?

Question   Gramps, I was reading and later watched a documentary about the early church of Christ and the saints who worshiped thereto, and it got me thinking: were Adam and Eve Christians? I have an idea as to what the answer is, but I would love to hear your answer....
Is the story of the flood allegorical?

Is the story of the flood allegorical?

Question   Gramps, Achaeologists use a dating method which is used to determine the date of wooden objects and of rock layers that is very accurate. It’s done by looking at petrified trees and tracing them back by counting their rings and finding common...
Were parts of Isaiah written after his death?

Were parts of Isaiah written after his death?

Question   Dear Gramps, In the Book of Mormon, Nephi and Jacob heavily quote Isaiah. However, modern Bible scholars hold that parts of Isaiah weren’t actually written by the Old-Testament prophet, and maintain passages after Isaiah 40 were written after Nephi...
What is the meaning of Matthew 9:36-37?

What is the meaning of Matthew 9:36-37?

Question   Gramps, Could you please explain to me the verses 36 and 37 of Matthew Chapter 9?  Why did Jesus say those words and how does it match with the questions asked by people about fasting? kwrwmdao   Answer   Dear kwrwmdao, Thank you for your question. ...
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