In Christ Alone, The Eternal Price of Following a Prophet in These Last Days

Does Mormonism Reject the Christian Doctrine of Faith Alone?

In Christ Alone, The Eternal Price of Following a Prophet in These Last Days

This program speaks to how God has made it clear that Prophets are no longer needed, as Christ has fulfilled the old law. The New Testament has made it clear that there can be no turning back to or continuation in the old Jewish system, which has been superseded by the unique priesthood of Christ. God’s people must now look only to Him, whose atoning death; resurrection and ascension have opened the way into the true, heavenly sanctuary of God’s presence.

Why Doesn’t the Mormon Church Correct the Bible?


The Mormon Church teaches that the doctrine of Grace alone “originated by Satan.” This quote comes from an LDS Church manual entitled, “Book of Mormon Student Manual Religion 121 and 122,” 1989 edition, p. 36: “2 Nephi 25:23 ‘Grace’ ‘One of the most fallacious doctrines originated by Satan and propounded by man is that man is saved alone by the grace of God; that belief in Jesus Christ alone is all that is needed for salvation….” NOTE: That this quote has been removed by the Mormon Church in the recent edition posted on their website. Their page numbers don’t even match anymore. So here is the original version with this quote posted on our site at this link –


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Author: Lee Baker

As a former Mormon Bishop and member of the Church for over 32 years, my wife Kathy and I have spent many years in various Leadership positions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, documenting, verifying and studying, specifically, the original teachings of the Church. I have found many of the most fundamental of these teachings to be completely out of harmony with the Lord’s teachings in the Bible.