For such men are false apostles, deceitful workers, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. No wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. - 2 Corinthians 11:13-14

The God pro­claimed by the Mormon Church is not the same God who is worshiped by Christians. If two people hope to consider themselves of the same faith, they need to agree on their definition of the Almighty God. If they cannot agree on this vital point, they would be deceiving themselves and others to say that their faiths are the same.

The God of Mormonism:

  • Was not always God (once a man)
  • Was not the first God
  • Organized already-created matter in the creation of the world
  • Cannot be in more than one place at once

The God of the Holy Bible:

  • Is eternally God
  • Is the First Cause of all things
  • Created the world ex nihilo (out of nothing)
  • Is fully present everywhere


Jesus of Mormonism:

  • Born of a sexual relationship between God the Father and Mary
  • Elder brother of the human race
  • Lucifer is his brother
  • Reached perfection at some particular point in time

Jesus of the Holy Bible:

  • Born of the Virgin Mary by being overshadowed by the Holy Spirit
  • God in the flesh
  • Lucifer, together with all the angels, was created by Jesus and is therefore not Jesus’ brother
  • Has been eternally perfect


The Trinity, according to Mormonism:

  • Was an invention of the apostate church
  • Cannot be true because it cannot be understood
  • Cannot be true because the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are merely one in purpose

The Trinity, according to the Holy Bible:

  • Is a doctrine that came from biblical origins
  • Is one of the things about God that is not able to be understood by a finite, created mind
  • Is true because there is one God by nature who is evident in three persons

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