Five Objectionable Mormon Doctrines

In The New Mormon Challenge, Craig Bloomberg takes a stab at defining what he thinks the “five most objectionable Mormon doctrines” are. He says:

  1. a finite theism in which God at some point in eternity past was merely a man and not divine;
  2. a view of the universe as not eternally contingent on the will or being of God;
  3. the denial of the necessity of prevenient grace to overcome humanity’s sinful disposition in the process of conversion or regeneration;
  4. the denial of Trinitarian monotheism; and
  5. the denial of the classic Christian understanding of the relationship of the two natures of Christ.

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