Monday, July 30, 2007

Just a note...

For those interested, Brian Littlefield has posted the following question in the comments of the Reactions post...
Okay.....

Based on everything I'm reading here, I'm going to do a little bit of extrapolation and assume that any/all of y'all would regard Mormons as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Is that correct?
Just thought some would like to know, in case you don't check old posts' comments.

3 comments:

Scott said...

What's a Mormon?

Keith Brenton said...

My preaching minister outlines a few Mormon teachings that would lead me to believe that most of us would not be real comfortable with that inclusion - though we would welcome dialogue and interaction:
•There is not one God but many gods.
•God is not spirit but has a body of flesh and bones.
•God has a physical wife (or wives) in heaven.
•God was once a mortal man who became God through obedience to the gospel.
•Jesus is not eternal but was a created being.
•Jesus was not born of a virgin but was conceived from a physical union between God the Father and Mary.

Thomas+ said...

Who am I to argue with the Great Judge Brian?

For the rest, Mormonism isn't Christianity. That doesn't mean that some people who go to Mormon churches aren't Christians. I assume that some members of Christian churches aren't Christians. I guess we'll just have to let God judge the human heart.

God or Brian. Whichever.

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