Apr 17, 2011

The fact that the different versions of the vision include different visitations indicates that the story is not true

  1. The 1832 version of the story says that only one personage, Jesus Christ, appeared to him. The 1838 version of the story says that God and Jesus Christ appeared to him. Still a third version of this event is recorded as a recollection in Smith's diary, fifteen years after the alleged vision, where one unidentified "personage" appeared, then another, with a message implying that neither was the Son. They were accompanied by many "angels," which are not mentioned in the official version you have been told about

  1. By this logic the Bible can not be true. 
  2. Perhaps all the things happened but he only mentioned part of them in each writing
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