Bracht, John L.
May 2010
Sacred Tribes Journal;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p25
Academic Journal
In this article, the author discusses about Mormonism and the thoughts of Mormons about God. It informs that Mormons believe that Godhead is about human nature and his destiny whereas Christianity believes that God is the one without beginning. It also informs about what Mormons deny and affirm on the topic of god which include their denial on the existence of three gods, his spiritual nature and the fact that he is the creator.


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