Okay, the last question successfully launched an active discussion. This one is even more controversial, so I can’t wait to see what it inspires.
I mentioned in the comments section of the last question that I expect that some people will prefer to focus on the quality of the question rather than answer the question itself. That’s okay with me, some questions might be so lame that they can be disregarded. But, it would be great if participants can at least attempt to answer the question.
So here goes #2
If you truly believe the Book of Mormon, doctrinally, how do you accept the Doctrine and Covenants or Pearl of Great Price since these books teach different concepts?
For further clarification on this question, please FIRST review this list of apparent contradictions before answering. We need a common list of contradictions so that we’re all on the same page and this is it.
This question obviously gets at what I’ve been describing as the apparent orthodoxy of the Book of Mormon and the heterodoxy/heresy of the other Mormon scriptures (or vice -versa as the case may be). Something that bothered David Whitmer enough to cause him to abandon the LDS church.