Note: The following was originally printed in the May/June 2018 edition of Mormonism Researched. To request a free subscription, please visit here. By Bill McKeever Ask just about any New Testament Christian what they look forward to after this brief life is over, and they will tell you of the anticipation of being in the presence of a personal … Read more
Response to Marc A. Schindler Rejoinder by By Eric Johnson In his rebuttal’s concluding words, Marc A. Shindler writes: “Not content to treat the LDS as Biblicists by giving every speculative personal LDS commentary the same weight as scripture, McKeever and Johnson go on to draw their own conclusions and present this as if it were LDS … Read more
Ceaseless praise that has no end
The following was originally printed in the March-April 2009 edition of Mormonism Researched. To request a free subscription, please visit here.
How can a person get into heaven?
By Eric Johnson
Heaven. For more information, see entries for celestial kingdom, terrestrial kingdom, and telestial kingdom.
Also see here.
Celestial kingdom. The highest kingdom of glory in the LDS concept of heaven, available only to Mormons who exhibited complete obedience to LDS laws and ordinances during their entire lifetimes. This is the only kingdom of glory where one may enjoy the presence of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. Within the Celestial kingdom there are three levels, the highest reserved for those who were married in the temple and subsequently obtain Godhood.