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Jun. 15th, 2008 at 11:44 pm
Our high priests group lesson today was on the Atonement. Our instructor, a lawyer, asked a question that frankly had the rest of us stumped — or, at least, unwilling to purely speculate.
The question: What qualified Christ to become part of the Godhead while still an unembodied spirit? (Yes, he was the firstborn among God’s spirit children, but why? Was he that much better as an pre-spirit intelligence? If so, why?)
For that matter, what qualified the Holy Ghost to likewise be selected as part of the Godhead while an unembodied spirit?