Gal 1:6-9 “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, If any [man] preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed. “
It is so very important that you understand exactly what that means. I know that you have heard the teaching from missionaries and that in your heart you think God has spoken to you.
“The terminology LORD” is the english translation of the word God.
Aaronic priesthood Old testament Levites from the family of Arron
Melchizedek Priesthood Jesus is the only one! He is the example to us of what Abraham showed when he paid tribute.
Holy Temple of the Lord Only one was in Jerusalem and is going to be rebuilt. As of right now no such place because the Ark of the Covenant isn’t in any building.
When you or any other Mormon state that you will have Godhead powers, you are actually committing blasphemy. You see their is only one God who manifests Himself as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Not an exalted man who became his own god. Budda taught the same thing.
“The LORD Jesus Christ, the Great Jehovah God followed to the letter God the Father’s commandment in taking Mary, Martha and Mary Magdalene as His Eternal Wives.” That is one of the stranger ones. Jesus Himself said that they were in error when they asked about the widow of 7 brothers. Who’s wife would she be? He said you don’t understand because we will be like the Angels neither marrying or giving in Marriage. So you call God a liar when you repeat that message. “Apostate christian teachings reject the notion of eternal marriage” You need to look and see who the true apostate is.
The pain Jesus felt in the garden was in direct relationship that He knew the Father would for those hours on the cross remove His presence from Him. Jesus had yours, mine and everyone else’s sin placed upon Him for 6 hours that day while He was on the cross. It had nothing to do with eternal marriage, but instead eternal Salvation.
My friend I do understand that you want so much to believe but you need to put down Joseph Smiths books and get a true Bible and read the real word. If you go to your grave accepting this false revised gospel you, you put your eternal soul in grave danger. Please go and read the article on Salvation. God bless
Are Mormons Christian?
Are Mormons “Christians” as defined by traditional Christian orthodoxy? The answer to that question is easy and straightforward, and it is “no.” Nevertheless, even as the question is clear, the answer requires some explanation.
We are not talking here about the postmodern conception of Christianity that minimizes truth. We are not talking about Christianity as a mood or as a sociological movement. We are not talking about liberal Christianity that minimizes doctrine, nor about sectarian Christianity which defines the faith in terms of eccentric doctrines. We are talking about historic, traditional, Christian orthodoxy.
Once that is made clear, the answer is inevitable. Furthermore, the answer is made easy, not only by the structure of Christian orthodoxy (a structure Mormonism denies), but by the central argument of Mormonism itself – that the true faith was restored through Joseph Smith in the nineteenth century in America and that the entire structure of Christian orthodoxy as affirmed by the post-apostolic church is corrupt and false.
In other words, Mormonism rejects traditional Christian orthodoxy at the onset – this rejection is the very logic of Mormonism’s existence. A contemporary observer of Mormon public relations is not going to hear this logic presented directly, but it is the very logic and message of the Book of Mormon and the structure of Mormon thought. Mormonism rejects Christian orthodoxy as the very argument for its own existence, and it clearly identifies historic Christianity as a false faith.
So, what does Mormonism reject? The orthodox consensus of the Christian church is defined in terms of its historic creeds and doctrinal affirmations. Two great doctrines stand as the central substance of that consensus. Throughout the centuries, the doctrines concerning the Trinity and the nature of Christ have constituted that foundation, and the church has used these definitional doctrines as the standard for identifying true Christianity.
Contemporary Mormonism presents the Book of Mormon as “another testament of Jesus Christ,” but the Jesus of the Book of Mormon is not the only begotten Son of God, the second person of the Trinity, or the one through whose death on the cross we can be saved from our sins.
Taken from “Mormonism Is Not Christianity” (used by permission).