Strangely, John, I was looking this up not that long ago.  And I couldn't find 
anything which indicated the Lord's salvation was anything less than the best He has 
to offer.  I wondered then if this is where John Taylor picked up his "the Kingdom of 
God or nothing" slogan.

Anyone else find anything different?

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-- "John W. Redelfs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Last month the high council speaker in Juneau Third Ward spoke on the topic 
of Salvation, and he used the writings of Gerald Lund as his primary source 
in addition to the scriptures.  During his talk he said something that I 
found particularly interesting.  He said, "In the scriptures, the term 
'salvation' is never used to mean anything less than exaltation or eternal 
life in the highest degree of the celestial kingdom."

I don't know if this is true or not; but if it is, then it could have 
settled many of the differences of opinion I had with Gary Smith, and 
perhaps he would still be participating on my email lists.

In scripture, does the word "salvation" ever specifically denote a 
telestial or a terrestrial glory?  Does it ever specifically denote the 
condition of ministering angels who have achieved the celestial kingdom but 
failed to obtain the highest degree?

John W. Redelfs                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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