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Jesus In Mormonism

Jesus in Mormonism

The Godhead (Trinity) Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost are referred to as the Godhead. They direct this world and all other creations of our Father in Heaven. The Mormon belief is that they are three separate beings with distinct roles, but they are one in purpose and doctrine.

Heavenly Father is the Ruler of the Heavens and the earth. As is stated numerous times in the scriptures, God created heaven (Read more).

Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Crucifixion Jesus Christ MormonMembers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (casually referred to as the Mormon Church) firmly believe that Jesus Christ lived and continues to live. They also believe in the Atonement, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Christ that has enabled men and women to repent of their sins and also be resurrected (Read more).

Jesus the Christ

Jesus the Christ is a title that is now most often shortened to Jesus Christ. Jesus was a relatively common name among the Jews. The name means “God is help.” Christ, in Greek means “the Anointed.” The word in Hebrew is Messiah. When Jesus came to the earth it was prophesied that he was the Jew’s Messiah, and so Jesus came to be referred to as Jesus the Messiah (Read more).

Life of Christ

Following is a brief chronology of the major events in the life of Jesus Christ. This chronology is put together based upon the information found in the King James Bible. The information comes mainly from the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John (Read more).


The word Messiah is Hebrew for “the anointed,” also denoting such terms as “king” and “deliverer.” Christ is the Greek equivalent of Messiah. The Jews eagerly awaited the coming of their Messiah, but many were looking only for deliverance from the Roman Empire. When Jesus Christ came to deliver people from sin and death, not the Romans, most people rejected (Read more).

Signs of the Second Coming

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the Mormon Church) have always looked forward to the Second Coming of Christ. Leaders encourage members to know the signs of His coming and watch for them.  The following list does not cover every point of Mormon belief about Christ’s return, but highlights some of the major events that will precede His coming (Read more).

The Sacrament or Eucharist in Mormonism

The LDS Guide to the Scriptures printed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) states: For Latter-day Saints, sacrament refers to the ordinance of partaking of bread and water in remembrance of Christ’s atoning sacrifice. The broken bread represents his broken flesh; the water represents the blood that he shed to atone for our sins (Read more).

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