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Revelation after Joseph Smith

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Revelation after Joseph Smith


If every President of the Church is a prophet, seer, and revelator, why have so few revelations after Joseph Smith been added to the Doctrine and Covenants? Revelations used to be printed in Church periodicals such as the Times and Seasons and the Evening and Morning Star. Why are revelations no longer published on an ongoing basis? (Click here for full article)

Do modern prophets prophesy? Or, are they simply "men of their time?"


Brief Summary: Is they anything special about prophets that set them apart from others, or are they simply "men of their time?" Do modern day prophets actually prophesy of anything? (Click here for full article)
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Brigham Young and the apostles' ability to bear witness of Christ


Brief Summary: It is claimed that Brigham Young and his successors lacked the ability to bear witness of Christ as a true apostle because they had not had divine manifestations. (Click here for full article)
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Must all apostles literally see Christ?


Brief Summary: Must a man see Christ literally in order to be called as an apostle? (Click here for full article)
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Prophecy fulfillment may extend into the Millennium


Brief Summary: The fulfillment of prophecy does not end with death--blessings, promises, and fulfillment extend into the Millennial years of the Lord. (Click here for full article)
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Orson Hyde ordination blessing: altered in History of the Church?


Brief Summary: It is claimed that the ordination blessing given to Orson Hyde is an example of false prophecy. They also claim that Hyde's blessing was altered in the History of the Church for propaganda reasons. (Click here for full article)
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Oliver Cowdery


Brief Summary: Blessings given by Oliver Cowdery. (Click here for full article)
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Heber C. Kimball - stand until the coming of the Lord


Brief Summary: It is claimed that the ordination blessing given to Heber C. Kimball is an example of false prophecy. (Click here for full article)
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Parley P. Pratt's reply to Sutherland


Brief Summary: Parley P. Pratt replied to an anti-Mormon author and made a prophecy about the world's end that did not come to pass. What can you tell me about this? (Click here for full article)
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Joseph Smith, Jr., to continue in the priest's office until Christ comes


Brief Summary: It is claimed that the father's blessing given to Joseph Smith, Jr., in which Joseph Sr. "declar[ed] that I should continue in the Priest's office until Christ comes," is an example of a false prophecy. (Click here for full article)
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Joseph Smith, Sr.


Brief Summary: Blessings given by Joseph Smith, Sr. (Click here for full article)
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Brigham Young ordination blessing


Brief Summary: FairMormon has found no criticism about the blessing given to Brigham Young upon his ordination as an apostle. His blessing is referenced by at least one other blessing, however, and so is included here for reference. (Click here for full article)
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Destruction of New York, Albany, and Boston


Brief Summary: Wilford made a prophecy that included the destruction of New York by earthquake, Albany by fire, and Boston by flood. Brigham Young confirmed this as a true revelation. Since no earthquake, fire, or flood has yet destroyed them, does this make both Woodruff and Young guilty of false prophecy? (Click here for full article)
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Prophecy fulfillment may extend into the Millennium


Brief Summary: The fulfillment of prophecy does not end with death--blessings, promises, and fulfillment extend into the Millennial years of the Lord. (Click here for full article)
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Claims that President Monson doesn't bear witness of foundational doctrines


Brief Summary: It has been claimed that President Thomas S. Monson does not bear testimony of such foundational concepts as the truth of the Book of Mormon, the reality of Joseph Smith's First Vision, and so forth. Some have wondered if this means that he intends to downplay such doctrines, or if he does not believe strongly in them. (Click here for full article)
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Joseph F. Smith on revelation at Smoot hearings


Brief Summary: It is claimed that at the Smoot hearings, Joseph F. Smith said that he never received revelation. (Click here for full article)
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