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  • |L5=Question: What Biblical scriptures discuss the doctrine of the deification of man? {{:Question: What Biblical scriptures discuss the doctrine of the deification of man?}}
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  • ...of 1835. While he was gone, W.W. Phelps published the first edition of the Doctrine and Covenants using the term "Shinehah." taken from Abraham 3:13, as a code ...trology according to the "researches of the Chaldeans in order to practice divination...according to the signs of heaven."</ref>
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  • ...does not teach polytheism or "supplanting God" with his doctrine of human divination ...with competing deities. Such images are incompatible with Latter-day Saint doctrine. Latter-day Saints believe that God’s children will always worship Him. O
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  • ...does not teach polytheism or "supplanting God" with his doctrine of human divination ...ng on their own clouds and playing harps after death. Latter-day Saints’ doctrine of exaltation is often similarly reduced in media to a cartoonish image of
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  • ...ceive it; yea more—I have taught the Gospel of life and salvation to the human family sufficiently, if all had been honest to receive it and willing to ca ...us promised his disciples more than any man could possess by the spirit of divination. When we consider this and realize, if we can realize, that, through the re
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  • |L48=Response to claim: 45, 351 n. 144 - Joseph "continued practicing magick, divination, astrology, and soothsaying long after the LDS Church was founded in 1830" {{propaganda|Joseph Smith was human, and subject to human passions. Nevertheless, there is no evidence that he was "harsh and violent
    45 KB (6,708 words) - 21:25, 20 October 2017
  • [In Mormon theology] Jesus Christ and human beings partake of the same eternal properties, but they share in those prop [[Category:Doctrine/Human divination|Human divination / ''theosis'']]
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  • [[Category:Doctrine/Human divination|Human divination / ''theosis'']] [[Category:Doctrine/Matter and embodiment|Matter and embodiment]]
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  • [[Category:Doctrine/Human divination|Human divination / ''theosis'']]
    3 KB (381 words) - 18:44, 25 June 2017
  • ...oes not'' teach polytheism or "supplanting God" with his doctrine of human divination== [[Category:Doctrine/Human divination|Human divination / ''theosis'']]
    2 KB (330 words) - 18:54, 28 June 2017
  • ...oboration of this connection had been necessary” (“Mormonism’s Negro Doctrine,” 36). Following Roberts’ work, an explanation based on the Pearl of Gr #“A New Look at the Conception of the Human Being in Ancient Egypt,” in ''‘Being in Ancient Egypt’: Thoughts on A
    32 KB (4,870 words) - 11:59, 4 August 2017
  • ..., they were willing that others should be ranked with themselves. But when human wisdom was exhausted, and the magicians completely panic-struck in conseque ...might be drawn into a snare, we would quote the following from the book of Doctrine and Covenants: Sec. xiii, Par. 22. "And if any man or woman shall rob, he o
    71 KB (12,470 words) - 19:26, 25 December 2018
  • ...his power and influence but by possessing intelligence which is more than human, and having unfolded through the medium of the Priesthood the mysterious op ...ut devils in the name of Jesus," and when a woman possessing the spirit of divination cried before Paul and Silas "these are the servants of the most high God th
    81 KB (14,679 words) - 20:24, 25 December 2018