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By LDS Author Jonathan Whitcomb We have been commanded, “And as all have not faith, seek ye diligently and teach one another words of wisdom; yea, seek ye out of the best books words of wisdom; seek learning, even by study and also by faith.” (D&C 88:118) With all the importance of maintaining faith in the Savior, we need to remember to use the mental capacity that our Father in Heaven has already given us. (Talk by President Kimball) I don’t expect anyone to see what my associates and I have done, in our investigations of eyewitness reports of apparent living pterosaurs, and then spend as much time on the subject as we have. I doubt if you should spend over 10,000 hours on this narrow branch of cryptozoology, as I have; you probably don’t need to interview eyewitnesses from around the world and write books about what you have learned. (My associates and I have already interviewed many persons.) Instead just consider the possibility that we are not completely foolish in everything that we have done over many years. In other words, take more than thirty seconds in reading about these many interviews with eyewitnesses, and be open to learning about how merciful our Father in Heaven has been in preserving animal life on this earth. He can also preserve our lives.
Why Should Mormons Care About Living-Pterosaur Investigations?
nonfiction book "Searching for Ropens and Finding God"
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
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Testimony Given to Natives of Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, During an Expedition "Because we all believed in Jesus Christ, I told them . . . of a great storm and earthquake that caused many deaths. . . . the survivors heard a voice coming from the sky: 'This is my Son. Listen to him.' The people then saw someone in the sky and thought it was an angel coming down. . . . he said, 'I am Jesus Christ,' showing them His hands and feet." [from the 4th edition of "Searching for Ropens and Finding God," nonfiction, by the LDS American investigative interviewer Jonathan D. Whitcomb, now living in Murray, Utah] Whitcomb is one of a number of Americans who have traveled to Papua New Guinea, at their own expense, to search for large flying creatures that most Western scientists assume became extinct a long time ago: by at least “65 millions years ago.” The explorers, however, believe that a few pterosaur species are still living.
Jonathan and Gladys Whitcomb, 2014
Whitcomb on Umboi Island in 2004
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LDS supplies: magazines, scriptures, media, art, garments
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Ensign magazine: This is the March-2015 issue, now available as a PDF download. (official LDS Church magazine)
By Jonathan David Whitcomb
nonfiction book "Searching for Ropens and Finding God"
Testimony Given to Natives of Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, During an Expedition "Because we all believed in Jesus Christ, I told them . . . of a great storm and earthquake that caused many deaths. . . . the survivors heard a voice coming from the sky: 'This is my Son. Listen to him.' The people then saw someone in the sky and thought it was an angel coming down. . . . he said, 'I am Jesus Christ,' showing them His hands and feet." [from the 4th edition of "Searching for Ropens and Finding God," nonfiction, by the LDS American investigative interviewer Jonathan D. Whitcomb, now living in Murray, Utah] Whitcomb is one of a number of Americans who have traveled to Papua New Guinea, at their own expense, to search for large flying creatures that most Western scientists assume became extinct a long time ago: by at least “65 millions years ago.” The explorers, however, believe that a few pterosaur species are still living.
By a Mormon nonfiction author
By LDS Author Jonathan Whitcomb We have been commanded, “And as all have not faith, seek ye diligently and teach one another words of wisdom; yea, seek ye out of the best books words of wisdom; seek learning, even by study and also by faith.” (D&C 88:118) With all the importance of maintaining faith in the Savior, we need to remember to use the mental capacity that our Father in Heaven has already given us. (Talk by President Kimball) I don’t expect anyone to see what my associates and I have done, in our investigations of eyewitness reports of apparent living pterosaurs, and then spend as much time on the subject as we have. I doubt if you should spend over 10,000 hours on this narrow branch of cryptozoology, as I have; you probably don’t need to interview eyewitnesses from around the world and write books about what you have learned. (My associates and I have already interviewed many persons.) Instead just consider the possibility that we are not completely foolish in everything that we have done over many years. In other words, take more than thirty seconds in reading about these many interviews with eyewitnesses, and be open to learning about how merciful our Father in Heaven has been in preserving animal life on this earth. He can also preserve our lives.
Why Should Mormons Care About Living-Pterosaur Investigations?
Jonathan and Gladys Whitcomb, 2014
Whitcomb on Umboi Island in 2004
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb