Who is in the Quorum the Twelve Apostles
- M. Russell Ballard.
- Jeffrey R. Holland.
- Dieter F. Uchtdorf.
- David A. Bednar.
- Quentin L. Cook.
- D. Todd Christofferson.
- Neil L. Andersen.
- Ronald A. Rasband
Afterwards, one might also wonder, "Who is in the Quorum Of the 70?"
Seventies who were apostles or members the First Presidency
|Name||Dates up to seventy|
|Alvin R. Dyer||1970a1977|
|M. Russell Ballard||1976a85|
|Robert D. Hales||1976a85|
|Joseph B. Wirthlin||1976a86|
Who were the 12 Apostles who joined the LDS Church as the first twelve? The Twelve were Lyman Johnson (age 23); Brigham Young (33); Heber C. Kimball (30); Orson Hyde (30); David W. Patten (35); Luke Johnson (27); William E. McLellin (29); John F.
What is the order of 12 apostles in this regard?
Jesus Selects Twelve The complete lists of apostles are available in Matthew, Mark and Luke as well as Acts. Although there are minor differences in the names and the order of the names, they all refer to the twelve same individuals. Later, Judas was replaced later by Matthias (see Lesson 6 - The Birth of the Church).
Which Quorum is the longest of the Twelve?
President Russell M. Nelson
- 2.1 John the Apostle.
- 2.2 Lazarus.
- 2.3 Mary Magdalene.
- 2.4 Unknown priest or disciple.
- 2.5 James, brother of Jesus.
- Peter (Bowen)
- Andrew (identified as Peter's brother)
- the sons of Zebedee (plural form implies at least two apostles)
- Tomas (also called Didymus (11:16, 20:24, 21:2))
- Judas Iscariot.
- Judas (not Iscariot) (14:22)
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