Modern Theophanies

A Theophany is a visible manifestation of God to humankind -- seeing, hearing, and touching a God. Grand Observations of Deity.
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Modern Theophanies

Post#1 » Fri Apr 03, 2015 5:27 pm

FairMormon has done a really good job of collecting all the different times that the LDS Apostles have seen our Resurrected Lord Jesus Christ.

A Theophany is a visible manifestation of God to humankind. I tend to equate manifestation with the word "manual", meaning that you can reach out and touch it.

As with any Proof of God or Evidence for God, you will have to decide for yourself if these eye-witnesses of our Resurrected Lord Jesus Christ are telling us the truth, or not.

http://en.fairmormon.org/Mormonism_and_ ... th_Century

http://en.fairmormon.org/Mormonism_and_ ... th_Century

http://en.fairmormon.org/Mormonism_and_ ... seph_Smith

Just know that the atheistic claim that there is no evidence for God's existence just doesn't hold water, if dozens of different people are seeing God, touching God, and talking with God. It's also interesting to me to take note as to which Church our Resurrected Lord Jesus Christ is appearing to. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints claims to be Christ's Own Church with Jesus Christ as the head of that Church. It just makes sense to me that if Jesus Christ had His Own Church in modern times, then He would be speaking to, appearing to, commanding, and guiding the leadership of His Church. A resurrected Jesus Christ appeared to and instructed the Apostles in ancient times, and guided them in the building of His Church. So why not in modern times?

Anyway, it's something to think about for anyone who has an open mind.

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Re: Modern Theophanies

Post#2 » Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:20 pm

FairMormon.org has done a great job of refuting the claim that no Apostles after Joseph Smith have ever seen Jesus Christ:

http://ldssoul.com/no-theophanies-after-joseph-smith/

You can download these articles from the above link, if you can't find the originals on FairMormon.



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