The intricate elements surrounding history’s most talked about figure, which have been retold again and again in churches, within families and by popular media, are generally well-known by the faithful around the world.But did you know that there are some minor misconceptions — some traditional details that are not in the Bible, but that have been added into the story as time has progressed?
God the Eternal Father is literally the father of Jesus Christ." Box Elder Stake Conference, 1914-DEC-20, as quoted in Brigham City Box Elder News, 1915-JAN-28, Page 1 & 2.
"The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints proclaims that Jesus Christ is the Son of God in the most literal sense.
pg=all Well you say, there must have been some later revelation by a Prophet and Seer that confirms that the 6th really was the date. The problematic april 6th date had been neatly solved for decades, and in a few seconds bednar again tears open the problem.
I know that the general membership does not really care about this, but among the LDS historians and thinkers, this was a huge punch to the gut.
In modern LDS history, both the clergy and the academics of the the church have pushed away from the 6th date as impossible (BYU Studies ).