BC, is it just me, or can other people get the same meaning that I do when I read the statement of Brigham Young of August 28,1852 that so many critics have condemned him for? To me, Brigham Young is clearly speaking of future "Adam's" and "Eve's" that will go to some future world and eat and drink of the fruits of the "garden" there to produce physical tabernacles for the first parents of that world!
Think about this for a minute, if you would.
BY taught resurrected beings from this world will become Adams and Eves to a future world and produce physical tabernacles, not just for the spirit children of some unnamed "first parents of that world," but for the spirits that they themselves
begot in the spirit prior to becoming Adams and Eves.
That is what Brigham Young taught.
You are doing fuzzy theology here.
Brigham Young was precise.
Now, the $64 question is, "Who stands in relation to this world as we will stand in relation to our future world?"
In other words, Brigham Young taught that future worlds will each have their own personal God, not only of the spirit bodies of the inhabitants, but also the physical bodies.
"Who, then, is the God of this one world on which we now live, both of the spirit bodies as well as the physical bodies?"
I really can't make this any plainer.
And neither could Brigham.
All the Best!