Elohim

Elohim

Is the term Elohim ever used anywhere in the scriptures? Sandy __________ Sandy, the term Elohim shows up several times in the Old Testament. It is a Hebrew word (that’s why you don’t see it in the Greek New Testament, or our modern English scriptures),...
Book of Mormon printing history

Book of Mormon printing history

I have an old copy of the Book of Mormon. It was obviously printed with reference to Orson Pratt who created the Divisions and references. It is not double columned and it has no publication page which would give me the date it was published and by whom. It has 623...
What happened to Joseph the Carpenter?

What happened to Joseph the Carpenter?

Question   Gramps, Do you know of any place in the scriptures or any Gospel talks that give reference to what happened to Joseph, the carpenter? I was wondering about him, and where he was when Jesus was crucified. I know he loved Mary very much and also Jesus....
Was the snake in the Garden of Eden literal or allegorical?

Was the snake in the Garden of Eden literal or allegorical?

Question Gramps, When Satan tempts Adam and Eve in the garden does he actually take on the form of a snake or is that allegorical? Dan   Answer Dan, I believe there are many things allegorical about the events, people and animals, and the text of the story about...
How did Moroni die?

How did Moroni die?

Question Dear Gramps, Does anyone know how Moroni died? Was he changed in a twinkle of an eye, as many prophets before him, or was he killed by the Lamanites? Faye   Answer Faye, There’s really no way for us to find out the answer unless Heavenly Father...
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