pre-existence

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pre-existence

[ˈpriːɪgˈzɪstəns] Npreexistencia f
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pre-existence

n (no pl: = existing before) → vorherige Existenz, vorheriges Vorhandensein; (= previous life)früheres Leben or Dasein, Präexistenz f
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In Chapter 5, for instance, Mould notes that women typically receive revelation about premortal existence while men more often receive revelation about the afterlife.
We profess to be "Christian, but different." Those differences--such as our belief in an apostasy or falling away; the need for a restoration through a modern prophet, Joseph Smith; the fact that priesthood or divine authority was restored by heavenly messengers; the historical veracity and doctrinal truthfulness of the Book of Mormon and other modern scripture; the doctrine of the premortal existence of man; the place of temples, eternal marriage, and family, etc.--set us apart from many other Christians, but we feel strongly that our strength lies in our distinctiveness, in what we have to offer the world.