Question: How does LDS differ from Christianity?

Mormon doctrine differs from orthodox Christian views with respect to salvation. Mormon doctrine does state that followers must serve God with all their “heart, might, mind and strength” but the Book of Mormon says that it is impossible to receive completely the blessings necessary for salvation on our own without God.

Does LDS believe in Jesus?

In addition to the above, Latter-day Saints believe unequivocally that: Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world and the Son of our loving Heavenly Father. Christs Atonement allows humankind to be saved from their sins and return to live with God and their families forever.

What do Latter-day Saints believe?

Latter-day Saints believe that the body is a gift from God to be cared for and respected, not to be polluted or abused. In their daily lives, Saints follow a set of health guidelines Joseph Smith received from God in 1833 called the Word of Wisdom.

What is the difference between the Bible and the Book of Mormon?

The significant difference between the Bible and the Book of Mormon is the period and place of writing. Though the accounts told in the Bible and the Book of Mormon had happened on opposite sides of the world, they are bind with the same purpose and meaning: to teach and testify of Jesus Christ.

Who do the Mormon worship?

Jesus Christ is the central figure in the doctrine and practice of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is the Redeemer. [viii] He is the prototype of all saved beings, the standard of salvation. [ix] Jesus explained that “no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14:6).

Which religion is the most powerful?

Largest religious groupsReligionFollowers (billions)FoundedChristianity2.4Middle EastIslam1.9Arabia (Middle East), 7th centuryHinduism1.2Indian subcontinentBuddhism0.5Indian subcontinent1 more row

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