The Hidden Book of Moses

Of the many great mysteries posed by the bible, the attitude of the Jews toward the Samaritans is not one. Perhaps no other explanation need be sought as to why the  proceeding work was not considered for inclusion in the Hebrew Canon of scripture, notwithstanding their having preserved the oldest manuscript of the Torah available for centuries.

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Doctrines of the Saints of the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship

In preparation for Conference April 6, 2020, The Church of Jesus in Christian Fellowship is preparing a collection of revelations and writings from a variety of prophets, seers, revolators, and apostles from across the Latter Day Saint movement. The purpose of this document is to act as a unifying canon of scripture to instruct the Saints on the organization and running of the Church in Fellowship. As new sections are added, this page will be updated. Please follow and like…

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The Book of Enoch

“By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.” –Hebrews 11:5 KJV The Book of Enoch, or 1 Enoch, is an ancient religious work that was once a part of the Jewish and Christian canons. Enoch was the great-grandfather of Noah. The current known Book of Enoch contains a number of unique ideas on nephilim, angels falling…

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The Holy Bible

“And what thank they the Jews for the Bible which they receive from them? . . . Do [the Gentiles] remember the travails, and the labors, and the pains of the Jews, and their diligence unto me, in bringing forth salvation unto the Gentiles?” – 2 Nephi 12:27-29 RAV, 29:4b-d OPV The Holy Bible is a collection of the oldest of God’s words to mankind. It consists of the writings of the ancient Jews, including the Christian Jews that followed Christ…

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Latter-day Saints’ Doctrine and Covenants 130

Seeing that Section 130 of the Church of Jesus Chrsit of Latter-day Saints (CJCLdS) book of Doctrine and Covenants (DaC) came from two sources, for the purposes of the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship, both are presented here in their entirety. Corresponding Sections and verses in the CJCLdS DaC are noted in [brackets].  Willard Richards From the Joseph Smith Jr. Journals, 1842–1844, Book 2, pp. 35–44 in the handwriting of Willard Richards. Sunday April 2, 1843; 10AM meeting.…

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