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I Have A Question: In the Book of Mormon, the word Lord generally refers to Christ, but there are other times when it seems to refer to God the Father. How can one distinguish the meaning in a particular case?
|Title||I Have A Question: In the Book of Mormon, the word Lord generally refers to Christ, but there are other times when it seems to refer to God the Father. How can one distinguish the meaning in a particular case?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1978|
|Authors||Peterson, H. Donl|
|Date Published||October 1978|
|Keywords||Father; Godhead; Lord; Son; Title|
Deals with the question of how to distinguish between the name/titles Father and Son and the word Lord in the Book of Mormon. Notes that sometimes the distinction is blurred, especially when the Son speaks on behalf of the Father in the first person. Discusses the different roles of both members of the Godhead.
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