An examination of the Mormon belief in the plurality of gods.
Joseph Smith, Mormonism’s founder, taught the doctrine of a "plurality of gods"—polytheism—as the bedrock belief of his church. He developed this doctrine over a period of years to reflect his belief that not only are there many gods, but they once were mortal men who had developed in righteousness until they had learned enough and merited godhood.
This tract lays out the Mormon's position and gives advice in regards to how to build up your own solid understanding of God’s nature so that you might charitably present the truth when Mormon Missionaries come to your door.
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