Whew. Glad I didn't have to write this myself. You've done a great service with this effort. Very thorough, minor edits. I did remove the reference to Judas. We just don't know how much knowledge he had, and Jesus said it would have been better for Judas if he had never been born. It's possible he committed the sin against the Holy Ghost, though it doesn't say it specifically in the scriptures. Also added Cain. The scriptures do call him a son of perdition. He sinned against knowledge. Again, thanks.Gboyd 17:44, 24 March 2008 (UTC)
The edits look good, I have no problem with them. I guess the Judas part was appropriate. As far as Cain being a son of perdition, I know that he was given a name of sorts that was perdition, but it does not explicitly state that he was a son of perdition. I am sure that Brigham Young said something about it though. :) Oh well, it doesn't really matter to me. Glad I can help.