What is meant by “eternal destruction of the body?”

What is meant by “eternal destruction of the body?”

Question   Gramps, I understand that we are redeemed from the physical effects (physical death) of the Fall through the universal resurrection of Christ.  I read in Lehi’s words of 2 Ne. 1:22 that wickedness can bring “Eternal destruction of both soul and body.“ ...
Can you explain Mosiah 15:2 in easy terms?

Can you explain Mosiah 15:2 in easy terms?

Question   Gramps, I don’t think I understand the statement in Mosiah 15:2 And because he dwelleth in flesh he shall be called the Son of God, and having subjected the flesh to the will of the Father, being the Father and the Son.  Can you explain these in easy...
What day is being referred to in 2 Nephi 14:1?

What day is being referred to in 2 Nephi 14:1?

Question   Gramps, What day is being referred to in 2 Nephi 14:1? What is the purpose or reason on the “seven women shall take hold of one man.” Butch   Answer   Butch, When we have any question about the meaning of a verse of scripture, it...
Did Jaredites travel on lakes?

Did Jaredites travel on lakes?

Question   Gramps, The Jaredites, in Ether 2:16, are commanded to  build barges “after the manner of barges which ye have hitherto built”.  This gives the clue that they must have crossed other bodies of water on route to the sea.  One clue being that...
Why did Nephi use the word bible?

Why did Nephi use the word bible?

Question   Gramps, Why in 2 Nephi 29:6 would Nephi have used the word Bible? Annette   Answer   Hi Annette, Nephi would not have used the word “Bible”. He would not have used any English words at all. Nephi did not speak English, but a...
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