Wednesday, October 3, 2012

If The Church Didn’t Publish It, Then Who Did?

Book Of Commandments 1833

The Book of Commandments was the forerunner to the Doctrine and Covenants and comprised all of the revelations that Joseph Smith had received prior to 1833, however it was never published by the Church because the mob destroyed W. W. Phelps press in Jackson County, Missouri at the time it was being published. It’s interesting that the Book of Commandments exists today. So, if the Church didn’t publish it, then who did?

A)     The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Currently the Community of Christ)

B)     Hugh Nibley and the Book of Abraham Project

C)     The Church of Christ

D)     The Anglican/United Church

Yesterday’s answer:

C     The site of the Tokyo, Japan Temple

The property that became the site of the Tokyo Temple was devastated by two bombs during World War II.
Chad S. Hawkins, The First One Hundred Temples (Salt Lake City: E

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