There is none. You haven’t specified the SB teachings you’re referencing, but yes, we all know there are doctrinal differences among Protestant denominations, and between Catholics and Protestants. However, we are all Christians. It’s my humble opinion that God, in His mercy, understands our fallibility and will forgive those differences.
But Mormonism is not Christianity, no matter how much some might want it to be, or teach that it is. Why do you have a problem with that being pointed out? Shouldn’t people be steered away from false religions, if possible?
Wouldn't that depend on whose definition of Christianity you are using?
Shouldnt people be steered away from false religions, if possible?
Spirited: You’ve gone to the heart of the matter. As there really is life after death of the body, then what we believe about eternity is of utmost importance.
As Mormonism has been shown to have no answer to the origin of life, it follows that it cannot account for the existence of its’ man-god. So at its most fundamental level, Mormonism is a lie. And as with all nature systems down through history, it’s through the dumb-lips of this non-existing man-god (invented idol)that the Mormon hierarchy speaks, commanding believers to submit to an onerous system of pseudo-morality and good works in hope of achieving godhood upon death of their bodies.
Mormonism cannot account for either life or soul/spirit, so it logically follows that it really cannot account for its’ promise of godhood after death. Therefore we ought to earnestly expose this false religion and steer souls away from it.