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  1. This is from Lesson 22 (Religion 250 manual). "Our entire case as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rests on the validity of this glorious First Vision. ... Nothing on which we base our doctrine, nothing we teach, nothing we live by is of greater importance than this initial declaration. I submit that if Joseph Smith talked with God the Father and His Beloved Son, then all else of which he spoke is true". Examining the logic of this statement, if Joseph Smith's teaching of God not being from everlasting to everlasting and that he was a man who
  2. This is from Lesson 21 (Religion 250 manual). The chapter mentions the priesthood keys several times. 89 – During His three-year mortal ministry, Jesus Christ conferred priesthood keys on His Twelve Apostles. With these keys, the Church of Jesus Christ was “built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets 90 – "'Priesthood keys are the authority God has given to priesthood [holders] to direct, control, and govern the use of His priesthood on earth’ [Handbook 2: Administering the Church [2010], 2.1.1]. Every act or ordinance performed in the Church is done under
  3. This is from Lesson 21 (Religion 250 manual). https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/bc/content/ldsorg/manual/institute/jesus-christ-and-the-everlasting-gospel-teacher-manual_eng-new.pdf (3 Nephi 16:1–3 and Mosiah 27:30. Why is it important to know that the Savior would visit His "sheep" in other nations? (Clarify that although the Savior may have visited other people or nations in person, most often the Savior manifests Himself through the ministration of the Holy Ghost. What other nations did Jesus visit after his resurrection besides what is mentioned in the Book of M
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