thread: 2007-02-13 : Exorcism

On 2007-02-16, Dave Younce wrote:

In Mormon theology, God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost/Spirit are three distinct beings, two of which posess physical bodies, and one of which does not. The Holy Ghost is understood to be a personage distinct from God and Christ, but who is 'one' with them in the same way Christ prays that we should be 'one' with them, that is, in purpose. The Holy Ghost fulfills the will of God and has a role as Comforter, Confirmer, and so forth, distinct, for example, from Christ's roles as Savior, Judge, and so forth. There's more to it, but that should outline the distinction from most other Christian denominations.


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