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Are Mormons Christian?

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Mormon Chat with Bishop Lee Baker

Mormon Chat with Bishop Lee Baker

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Mormons will note that they include the Bible among the four books they regard as Scripture and that they "Believe in  Jesus Christ" as is noted in their Church name. Many have heard the Mormon Tabernacle choir sing beautiful hymns, and they are impressed with the Mormon commitment to high standards and moral family values. But does this make the doctrines of Mormonism Christian? On the contrary, for Mormonism to be correct the teachings of the Bible would have to be incorrect.  Differences are as follows:

1). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that there is only ONE God (Isaiah 44:8) and teaches the Godhead is made up of three separate Gods: Father, Son, Holy Ghost.

2). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that man cannot become a god (Isaiah 43:10) and that God is not an exalted man (Hosea 11:9).

3). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that Jesus is uncreated God ("without beginning of days" Hebrews 7:3; John 1:1-5) and teaches instead that he was procreated by a Heavenly Father and a Heavenly Mother as the "spirit-brother" of Lucifer.  In contrast, the Bible teaches that Jesus Created Lucifer (Colossians 1:16). He is not his spirit-brother.

4). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that salvation is by faith alone in Christ without temple works (Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 11:6; John 3:16).

5). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that the Church would endure and never apostacize (Matthew 16:18; Ephesians 3:21; Jude 3; Hebrews 12:28).

6). Mormonism rejects the Biblical teaching that God's Word would be preserved and would never be corrupted (Matthew 5:18; 24:35; Isaiah 40:8).

 

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