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The Truth About Mormonism

kcollins Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 10:24 PM
I just don't understand why people think that Muslims are closer to Christianity than Mormons. Aside from the obvious differences in the nature of the Godhead (or Trinity as it is called by those churches who follow the concepts codified by the Nicean creed hundred of years after the apostles were all martyred with none to replace them) , the addition of the Book of Mormon as a testament of Jesus Christ, and the concept of continuing revelation there is little difference between LDS doctrine and other Christian sects. We revere Jesus as our Savior and redeemer as you do. We believe that He died for our sins, rose on the third day and ascended to heaven to prepare a place for us.
Rex11 Wrote: Apr 17, 2012 6:05 AM
Perhaps it is because their god is the moon god, at the time of Mohamed, the strongest of the Arabian Pan-Theon. As you observe the flag of each Muslim nation you will observe the crescent moon and the star. Mohamed was illiterate, could neither read nor write. His cousins were his scribes. He apprently found his religion sitting in a cave. The Koran is protected as the Holy Bible once was in Christianity. Mohamed includes Christ as great prophet though not as great as himself. War began between the two main factions of his followers on his death and has continued since. The two factions argued over who should take over.
kcollins Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 10:27 PM
That is the core of our beliefs. The rest is just window dressing. How are Muslims who do not even believe in the divinity of Christ and do not consider the Bible to be sacred scripture closer in doctrine than Mormons? Explain your reasoning???

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