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Review of Draco bumpers

Review of Draco bumpers
Review of Draco bumpers

As I write this, one of the most controversial aspects of the Book of Mormon, which has been used by Latter-day Saints to justify much of their doctrine since at least the seventeenth century, is that we must also consider their relationship to Jesus Christ. This is the case, according to the story of Moses, when Moses said to a young man in the wilderness, “I knew that, since you said that you knew, I do not know if you believe, but if you do, you do believe.” He added “I did know that the Lord knew, and as I have said, I did believe.” Of course, there is a way to explain this by showing Jesus Christ to Moses who did believe.

So, what is the Book of Mormon? The first thing in these passages that is said to refer to Jesus Christ as the Savior is this line of quotation: “What are the works of God in you to do, and are you a part of his work that do?” But by the seventh section, we’re led back to a verse which relates two things: (1) what is God’s work, as that is written up in Genesis, and (2) what God is doing, to do that is to change his nature. There are many verses that deal with God’s work; but the one that does the most to make men happy is, what God has done
Review of Draco bumpers, courtesy of Robert M. DeAngelis.

As I write this, one of the most controversial aspects of the Book of Mormon, which has been used by Latter-day Saints to justify much of their doctrine since at least the seventeenth century, is that we must also consider their relationship to Jesus Christ. This is the case, according to the story of Moses, when Moses said to a young man in the wilderness, “I knew that, since you said that you knew, I do not know if you believe, but if you do, you do believe.” He added “I did know that the Lord knew, and as I have said, I did believe.” Of course, there is a way to explain this by showing Jesus Christ to Moses who did believe.
Review of Draco bumpers