Mormons are a religious group that embrace concepts of Christianity as well as revelations made by their founder, Joseph Smith. They primarily belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or LDS, which is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has more than 16 million members worldwide.
How does Mormonism different from Christianity?
The Mormon sense of eternal differs from that of traditional Christians, who believe that Gods eternal nature exists outside of space and time. Mormons believe that God is scrutable through revelation, and anthropomorphic, in that he has a physical body of flesh and bone.
Who do Mormons say Jesus is?
Mormons regard Jesus Christ as the central figure of their faith, and the perfect example of how they should live their lives. Jesus Christ is the second person of the Godhead and a separate being from God the Father and the Holy Ghost. Mormons believe that: Jesus Christ is the first-born spirit child of God.