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Mormonism  has become a hot topic of discussion

Mormons do not accept non-Mormon baptism nor do non-Mormon Christians usually accept Mormon baptism. Mormons regularly proselytize individuals actually or nominally within the Christian tradition, and some Christians, especially evangelicals, proselytize Mormons. A prominent scholarly view is that Mormonism is a form of Christianity, but is distinct enough from traditional Christianity so as to form a new religious tradition, much as Christianity is more than just a sect of Judaism

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Joseph Smith said “that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion, and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book,” (History of the Church, vol. 4, p. 461).

The LDS Church tries to make its official doctrines appear Christian but what underlies those Christian sounding terms is far from Christian in meaning.

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Following are the teachings of its officials throughout the years.  Please note that these teachings are documented from Mormon writers, not anti-Mormon writers.

  1. Jesus is the literal spirit-brother of Lucifer, a creation. (Gospel Through the Ages, p. 15).
  2. The Trinity consists of 3 separate gods- “And they (the Gods) said: Let there be light: and there was light. (Book of Abraham 4:3).
  3. Baptism for the dead.  (Doctrines of Salvation, vol. II, p. 141). This is a practice of baptizing each other in place of non-Mormons who are now dead. Their belief is that in the afterlife, the “newly baptized” person will be able to enter into a higher level of Mormon heaven.
  4. God used to be a man on another planet. (Mormon Doctrine, p. 321; Joseph Smith, Times and Seasons, vol. 5, p. 613-614; Orson Pratt, Journal of Discourses, vol. 2, p. 345; Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, vol. 7, p. 333).
  5. God the Father had a Father. (Joseph Smith, History of the Church, vol. 6, p. 476; Heber C. Kimball, Journal of Discourses, vol. 5, p. 19; Milton Hunter, First Council of the Seventy, Gospel through the Ages, p. 104-105)
  6. There are three levels of heaven: telestial, terrestrial, and celestial, (Mormon Doctrine, p. 348).
  7. Jesus and Satan are spirit brothers and we were all born as siblings in heaven to them both. (Mormon Doctrine, p. 163).
  8. God resides near a star called Kolob.(Pearl of Great Price, p. 34-35; Mormon Doctrine, p. 428).

Some Mormons may disagree with a few of the points listed on this page, but all of what is stated here is from Mormon authors in good standing of the Mormon church.

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