EverASurprise Posted January 31, 2009 Share Posted January 31, 2009 I have yet to figure this out for myself, so I'd like to know what everyone else thinks.Alma 11 27 And Amulek said: Yea, there is a true and living God. 28 Now Zeezrom said: Is there more than one God? 29 And he answered, No. 30 Now Zeezrom said unto him again: How knowest thou these things? 31 And he said: An angel hath made them known unto me.This is a very monotheistic statement, more than just "one god that we deal with" sort of thing. I think it would be different if it was just Amulek speaking but he said an angel made these things known to him.So... one god or many? Was the angel incorrect? Link to comment
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