Challenge to anonymous person who said there was no more revelation after Jesus Christ. I responded that Paul received his vision after Jesus Christ. I then challenged him to produce one injunction against new revelation anywhere in Holy Writ. He could not, show his opinion was based on inchoate nonsense from his own mind. I, however, quoted a true prophet, John Taylor, who was visited by Jesus Christ on Sept 26, 1886, Centerville, Utah:
There is not a nation now that acknowledges that hand of God; there is not a king, potentate, nor ruler that acknowledges his jurisdiction. We talk about Christianity, but it is a perfect pack of nonsense. Men talk about civilization; but I do not want to say much about that, for I have seen enough of it. Myself and hundreds of the Elders around me have seen its pomp, parade, and glory; and what is it? It is a sounding brass and a tinkling symbol; it is as corrupt as hell; and the Devil could not invent a better engine to spread his work that the Christianity of the nineteenth century.
(Journal of Discourses, 26 vols., 6:, p.167)
I now challenge any so-called "Christian", whose faces were painted black, when they murdered Joseph, my Joseph, to prove fromt he scriptures, there is a ban on New Revelation.
"There is no subject which is more ridiculed by the religious world, at the present day, than that of New Revelation . All Christendom profess to admit that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, are still in existence , and that they are unchangeable in their attributes, and that there are just as many angels now as in ancient times; but to assert that any of these holy beings have communicated any New Revelation to man since the first century of the Christian era, is considered, if not blasphemy, something near akin to it. Now a religion that excludes New Revelation from its principles, is just the very religion that suits the devil: he is well pleased with it." Orson Pratt.
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