#1 God – Eternal Deity or Exalted Man?
Far from being an exalted man, God is completely unique as the eternal Creator of all things who has always been everything he is now.
#2 Jesus – Older Brother or Eternal God?
Jesus is important to both Latter-day Saints and traditional Christians. Both groups agree on much about Jesus’ earthly life, but diverge in a major way about Jesus’ pre-earth identity.
#3 God – Body or Spirit?
Jesus is important to both Latter-day Saints and traditional Christians. Both largely agree on Jesus’ earthly life, but diverge significantly about Jesus’ pre-earth identity.
#4 God Is Spirit
People find it confusing to think of God as a Spirit. Does he have a body? Is he a ghost?
#5 Who Is the Holy Spirit?
Is the Holy Spirit an “it” or a “he”? Is the Holy Spirit a ghost? What does the Holy Spirit do?
#6 Understanding God’s Love After Mormonism
To many Mormons, God seems like a harsh judge. But in the Bible he reveals his unconditional love, even for sinners.
#7 The Trinity – The Mystery of God
The Trinity is one of the most confusing and controversial doctrines in Christianity, but it’s also one of the most important. The Trinity brings us to the mystery of God.
#8 The Trinity – God Is One
The best way to begin to understand the Trinity is to get a solid, biblical definition of the term. The first part of that definition is this: there is one God.
#9 The Trinity – God Is Three Persons
The second part of the definition of the Trinity is this: God is three persons. God has eternally existed as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the biblical evidence for this fact is clear.
#10 The Trinity – The Deity of Three
The third and final part of the doctrine of the Trinity is this: each person of the Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is fully God. This is fundamental to a biblical understanding of God.