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I Have a Question: Some passages in the Book of Mormon seem to indicate that there is only one God and that he is a spirit only. How can we explain this?
|Title||I Have a Question: Some passages in the Book of Mormon seem to indicate that there is only one God and that he is a spirit only. How can we explain this?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1985|
|Authors||Doxey, Roy W.|
|Date Published||August 1985|
|Type of Article||I Have a Question|
|Keywords||Apologetics; Godhead; Nature of God|
Also in A Sure Foundation: Answers to Difficult Gospel Questions, 5-11. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1988. Doxey explains, citing many scriptures, how the Book of Mormon “does indeed teach that God the Father, his Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost are three separate beings and that the Father and the Son are not personages of spirit.”
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