Denominations of the Latter Day Saint movement

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Denominations of the Latter Day Saint movement

Post by jancancook on Thu Mar 24, 2011 3:44 am

# Denominations of the Latter Day Saint movement (including the largest, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) teach the divinity of God the Father, his son Jesus, and the Holy Spirit; however, they also teach that the Godhead is composed of the three distinct, separate persons. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds that the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are three separate and distinct individuals,[4] but that they act together in perfect unity of purpose as a single monotheistic entity (the "Godhead") for the common purpose of saving mankind, Jesus Christ having received divine investiture of authority from the heavenly Father in the pre-mortal existence. Strictly speaking, it is not appropriate to categorize the Latter-day Saints as "Nontrinitarian." Rather, it is more accurate to describe them as Non-traditional Trinitarian, meaning their belief in the Trinity does not conform to all of the traditional beliefs in the Trinity. Latter-day Saints believe the Father and Son and Holy Ghost are "one" in the same manner that Christ's disciples can and should be "one," in all ways spiritual, but not necessarily physical.[5]

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