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  1. Some things to think about.

    That's your approach, I guess. Just further proof, this is not a good place to share things.
  2. Some things to think about.

    Always so quick to impose malevolence in others ... More of a failed attempt to prove to myself that you can lead horses to water. Actually it is a failed attempt to share something that brings me and others great comfort and joy. But alas, I am being shown that it is just not possible here.
  3. Some things to think about.

    So the first two scriptures show that it is the Atonement & Resurrection Perfected Christ such that he became like the Father. So what of the second pair of scriptures? What have they to do with this? What do they mean? What events are each describing? When does eah event occur? Who are the actors in each event? What are the results of each event?
  4. Adam-God and Idolatry

    Yeah, just saying that Adam is the father of our spirits and the physical father of Christ raises quite a bit of anger, animosity, contempt, ... I don't think it would take much more. sequitur
  5. Some things to think about.

    3 Nephi 12: Therefore I would that ye should be perfect even as I, or your Father who is in heaven is perfect.
  6. Adam-God and Idolatry

    Are you saying that I can't respond unless something is addressed to me?
  7. Some things to think about.

    And what do the second pair of scriptures have to do with this?
  8. Some things to think about.

    In the King Follet Discourse, Joseph says that The Father was the Savior of his world. The First two Scriptures suggest that it was the Atonement & Resurrection that Made Christ to be Perfect like the Father. Joseph Suggested that the Father became perfect in the same way the Son did. So was there ever a Father that was not first a Son? So what does this mean for us, how are we perfected?
  9. Some things to think about.

    So what does that mean for us?
  10. Some things to think about.

    Yes, so what does that mean?
  11. Some things to think about. First: Compare these two scriptures, what is the difference between the two? What very significant event happened between the two? What dies that mean? Second: Compare these two scriptures. When does the first scripture occur? When does the second event occur? What is the same, what is different? What do they mean? What is the connection between the two. What do these two pairs of scriptures have to do with each other? Some things to think about.
  12. Adam-God and Idolatry

    Yeah, just saying that Adam is the father of our spirits and the physical father of Christ raises quite a bit of anger, animosity, contempt, ... I don't think it would take much more.
  13. The Priesthood and sin stains

    Can you point out to me where it says that Adam sinned? What I read was that his transgression that brought about the fall, not sin.
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