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2. "Behold, I Am Jesus Christ, the Savior of the World"

The Doctrine & Covenants testifies of Christ

"Jesus Christ in the Scriptures: Jesus Christ in the Doctrine and Covenants," Clark V. Johnson, Encyclopedia of Mormonism

The Atonement of Christ (D&C 19)

"Atonement of Jesus Christ," by Jeffrey R. Holland, Encyclopedia of Mormonism

"Bowels of Mercy," by John Durham Peters, in BYU Studies 38, no. 4 (1999)

Christ died to awake a moral transformation of our beings; the Atonement not only reconciled humanity to God but God to humanity. The Atonement is in this view less a settling of cosmic accounts than part of God's education, so to speak, an experience he needed to conceive empathy with the human family, an immersion in pain not unlike what all in their second estate must experience—a condescension.

"The Necessity of a Sinless Messiah," by Ronald A. Heiner, BYU Studies, Volume 22, no. 1

The roles, attributes, and titles of Christ

"Man Was Also in the Beginning with God" by Matthew McBride, in Revelations in Context

Section 93 (received May 6, 1833) teaches us much about Jesus Christ: Jesus Christ, Joseph Smith was told, had progressed to become like His Father. He "received not of the fulness at the first" but "continued from grace to grace" until He received His Father's fulness. Likewise, humankind had godlike potential. 

"Jesus Christ, Fatherhood and Sonship of," by Robert L. Millet, Encyclopedia of Mormonism

"Jesus Christ, Names and Titles of," by Stephen E. Robinson, Encyclopedia of Mormonism