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The Truth About Mormonism

Nick698 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 4:57 PM
"Mormons DO believe Jesus is a member of the Godhead" but not that Jesus Christ is God, as the Bible states (Isaiah 9:6 "And His name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.") One ought not call oneself a Christian if he denies the diety of Jesus Christ. You can call yourself a Christian but that doesn't make you one. Giving Jesus all the glory due His Name will make you a Christian. Jesus said "I and the Father are one" (John 5:18) - not one in purpose, but one. Jesus is God manifest in the flesh, not a lesser being.
bkwm5000 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 4:18 PM
We do believe Jesus is God. He is not Elohim. He is not a liar. He spoke of His father and Our father after He rose from the dead. If He meant 'One' as the exact same person; then why are Christians still individuals? Didn't He say make them one even as we are one? If it is literally one person when will we start merging into one being like God per Christ's prayer? Is this what people think will happen to us in heaven? We will be like the Borg? I hope not.
bkwm5000 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 4:18 PM
We do believe Jesus is God. He is not Elohim. He is not a liar. He spoke of His father and Our father after He rose from the dead. If He meant 'One' as the exact same person; then why are Christians still individuals? Didn't He say make them one even as we are one? If it is literally one person when will we start merging into one being like God per Christ's prayer? Is this what people think will happen to us in heaven? We will be like the Borg? I hope not.
GaryL1 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 9:36 PM
It is plain that the Father and the Son are 2 beings. Why would God pray to Himself in the Garden asking for help? I and the Father are one is similar to a husband and wife being united as one in a wedding. The Father is Elohim of the Old Testament, and the Lord (Son) is Jehovah. The Triune God doctrine was not part of Christianity until the councel of Nicaea in about 325 AD. I consider you a Christian even though you don't believe that the Father and the Son are not the same being. Mormons are Christians by definition.

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