Did Laman and Lemuel really love their family?

Did Laman and Lemuel really love their family?

Question   Gramps, I know we have lots of reasons why Laman and Lemuel didn’t want to go with their family into the wilderness, and we have lots of evidence to prove that they at times tried to not go or to head back. My question is why they ended up going?...
Was Nephi a Jew?

Was Nephi a Jew?

Question   Gramps, If Nephi was a Jew he was under the Law of Moses. When did the Law of Moses get replaced with the doctrine of Christ and replace sacrifice with baptism? In the Bible the Levites were baptizing. When did this start?   I’m confused. I...
Is King Saul in perdition?

Is King Saul in perdition?

Question   Gramps, Is King Saul in perdition?  If so, why? Donna   Answer   Dear Donna, Your question was the first I’d ever heard of Saul being in perdition. I did a little research into it, and could not find any Latter-day Saint opinion on it....
Has God changed?

Has God changed?

Question   Gramps, Someone explained to me that they thought Jehovah/God of Old Testament days was harsh, whereas after life experiences, suffering the atonement, Jesus/God became gentler, more patient, long suffering. I’ve never heard of this idea and...
How can these differences be reconciled?

How can these differences be reconciled?

Question   Gramps, There is a song in our hymnal, “While of These Emblems We Partake,” ( #174)  which states in verse three that “[t]he law was broken; Jesus died….” Christ himself told us, in both the New Testament and the Book of Mormon, that he did not come to...
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