Mormon vs. Christian Beliefs

What are the differences between the theological beliefs of Mormons (Latter-day Saints) and Christianity?

Mormons and Christians talk reverently about God and Jesus, but their definitions are completely different. For example Christians believe that God is eternal, but official Mormon teaching says he was once a man, and that men today can progress to godhood.

FREE TODAY: For a side-by-side comparison that compares 6 key areas of basic doctrine, click here to download the free: Mormon and Christian Beliefs Comparison Chart

As you can see, Christianity and official Mormon teachings are vastly different in the most basic and important beliefs. Mormonism does not follow the essential doctrines of Christianity.

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If you would like more information comparing Mormonism and Christianity:

Click on a 12-page full-color comparison of Mormon and Christian beliefs:

Download version of 10 Q & A about Mormonism

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NOTE: This post DOES NOT say that Mormonism is a sociological, psychological, or dangerous cult. Over the past 15 years, many Mormons have contacted us saying they do not believe the official teachings of their church and they do believe in Jesus Christ as the one who has atoned for all sin, past and present, once for all.

For a book that compares 40 different religious groups (similar format as the side-by-side eChart above):

Downloadable version Christianity, Cults & Religions

Printed version Christianity, Cults & Religions

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Kindle version Christianity, Cults & Religions

20-group Comparison in a handy 14-page pamphlet

Curriculum for a church or Bible study (or personal home use):

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2 Thoughts on “Mormon vs. Christian Beliefs

  1. Yes, Latayne, I agree. Many Mormons are fine people: honest, hard working, and lovely neighbors. But the official doctrine of the church should not be confused with Christian doctrine, even though some of the words used are the same. I’m glad to see this issue coming to forefront.

  2. Very effective to concentrate on doctrinal differences only. Too many people want to identify Mormonism only with its practices.

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