BYU Studies, introduction, theology
Through revelation, our knowledge of the Lord’s creations and his plan for us is gloriously multifaceted, and ever increasing. Revealed truth continually pushes back darkness, opening our eyes to ever-more expansive vistas. Joseph Smith’s revelations often came as answers to questions that occurred to him in the context of his current state of knowledge. But as insight increases, it may seem that each answered question precipitates three more. This is the natural condition for followers of a religion of continuing revelation.
Eliason, Eric A. and Givens, Terryl L.
"Introduction to a BYU Studies Quarterly Special Issue on Open Questions in Latter-day Saint Theology,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 60:
3, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol60/iss3/2