In 3 Nephi 11, we find the teaching of the trinity, and the Father being Spirit taught. However, Mormons would disagree with these teachings
Will Mormons keep believing in the Godhead doctrine and reject the Book of Mormon, or will they believe in oneness theology and reject Mormonism
Mormon Teachings are in opposition with the Bible Teachings. This is obvious when we see the teachings side by side.
Mormonism differs with Christianity in so many ways. They even disagree with core Christian doctrines.
Christians know and believe that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God. And so we have three persons who make up one being, which is God.
The Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit are one. This is not one in purpose, but one God. There is only one God.
The Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are one God. The Father dwells in the Son, as the Holy Spirit dwells in us.
The truth is, the teaching of the trinity has been held for the last two thousand years. It is true and biblically sound also.
The Trinity is taught in the Bible. This being that the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, are three persons in one God.
There is one God that is from everlasting and never changes. They consist of the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit.
The trinity doctrine is in the book of Mormon, but the Mormon church denies this and instead teaches their own man-made godhead doctrine instead.
We believe in the holy trinity. That God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three person’s in one God.
There is only one God in the heavens and earth. All other gods are false, which leads to idolatry and a falling away from God.
A belief in many cults is that there is a Heavenly Mother. This is nowhere to be found in the Bible and blasphemy to God’s Word.