James Jordan or Joseph Smith?

Here’s the quotation: “We shall no longer be under the Father — except in the more general sense that as creatures we shall always be “under” God. As the fully mature Son sits with his Father on his throne, so shall we (Revelation 3:21; John 17:21-22). We shall be co-elders with the Father and the Son. In this final phase, the Spirit will be with us not only as the Spirit of the Father and as the Spirit of the Son, but then fully as the Spirit of Glory. He will fully give us his own Divine property of glory. He will no longer be conveying us either to the Son or to the Father, except as he is the bond of this everlasting fellowship.”

You tell me if that’s James Jordan of “Biblical Horizons” or Joseph Smith of “The Book of Mormon,” “The Doctrines of Salvation,” etc.

How about this one?

“The Father has promised us that through our faithfulness we shall be blessed with the fulness of his kingdom. In other words we will have the privilege of becoming like him. To become like him we must have all the powers of godhood … . We will become gods and have jurisdiction over worlds … .”

-TurretinFan

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