Why was it necessary for Elijah to be taken into heaven as he was? Are there other prominent persons who did not taste of death—and do we regard Moses as being translated instead of dying?

Title

Why was it necessary for Elijah to be taken into heaven as he was? Are there other prominent persons who did not taste of death—and do we regard Moses as being translated instead of dying?

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1973

Authors

Burton, Alma P. (Primary)

Pagination

76-77

Date Published

October 1973

Volume

3

Issue Number

10

Keywords

Three Nephites
Moses (Prophet)
Elijah (Prophet)
John the Beloved
Translation (Doctrine of)

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Bibliographic Citation

Burton, Alma P. "Why was it necessary for Elijah to be taken into heaven as he was? Are there other prominent persons who did not taste of death—and do we regard Moses as being translated instead of dying?", Ensign, Vol. 3. no. 10 1973:76-77.

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