And in post #58 you must have sailed right by the Corinthian quote and the question I posed. Who were those unnamed special messengers (apostolos) in the Greek?
That isn't going to help you in naming what denominations experienced the heavenly revelations and visitations. That was a maxim of the NT church, which separated it from all other claims of heavenly authority and connection, as to the church. It's also what separates The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from all other denominations today.
You are hung up on having names of modern apostles.
Not hung up on it--but one must be able to specifically identify them, if their claim of real, living, mortal apostles can be confirmed.
Here is the evidence of my claim:
The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
If you want their names--that can be supplied also, but that is easily accessed by any who should desire it.
Well, they weren't all named in the NT either.
But the NT church knew who they were--and their names.
Again--what are the names of the apostles you claim--which are living, mortal apostles today?