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Does Mormon doctrine teach that Jesus Christ, God, and the Holy Spirit are one in the same forming the Blessed Trinity the way that Roman Catholicism does. Is it taught completely differently, or a variation?

-- Submitted by Luke DeSmet

OSC REPLIES: - August 2, 2000

Mormon doctrine specifically repudiates the Nicene Creed. We believe that God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit are three physically real and physically separate beings, and have been through all eternity, but that they act in perfect harmony as they work together to bring to pass the immortality of all human beings and the perfect joy they make possible for those who learn to follow the path they have shown to us.

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