Jeff, I do not think it matters.  I tend to go with the odds and believe
that He was not likely a Savior like Jesus, but, the King Follett address
seems to imply that He was a Savior.  Joseph did not say it in an
unequivocal statement, but it was close.  So I probably need to repent of my
view (on this matter).

George



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From: "Jeffrey Ross" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 10:24 AM
Subject: [ZION] Nature of God



>>> John W. Redelfs<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 12/18/2002 7:09:54 PM >>>
>This is not Mormon doctrine according to my understanding.  God was once a
>mortal man, and became God by living the natural laws that never had a
>beginning and will never have an end.

Given what we know about God having been as man now is, does anyone have an
opinion and/or reference on whether God was a man like you and me or was he
a man like Jesus -- that is, did he have one or two mortal parents?  And,
does it matter?

--Jeff.

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