God, Jesus Christ, Holy Ghost are 3 not 1

I realize that God is all powerful and can do anything he wants.

I also realize how he set up this earth. Each person is an individual. We don't have several people in one.

I believe in God as an individual, his son Jesus Christ (how can he be a son if he is also his father?), and I believe in the Holy Ghost.

Jesus, representing his father, as a mediator between us and God was born on earth as a man. If God is a spirit as many claim, then he is also part human. That doesn't even make sense.

When Christ was baptized, the voice of God came from the heavens, Christ was in the water being baptized, and the Holy Ghost was there witnessing the event and was represented by the sign of the dove. 3 people, not one.

When Stephen was being stoned, he looked up and saw Christ on the right hand of God. Two individuals, not one.

When Joseph Smith was trying to find what church to join he went into the woods and asked God. God and Jesus appeared to him together, as two individuals. God said to Joseph, pointing to Christ, "this is my beloved son, hear him".

Joseph was told that because of wickedness, the truth had been lost from the earth and was now just the philosophies of men mingled with scripture. He was told that he, Joseph, would restore the fullness of the gospel and church of Jesus Christ to the earth.

That gospel would have a prophet and 12 apostles as it did in Jesus' time, and would have authority directly from God and Christ to restore what had been lost for centuries. Included was the fact that by revealing themselves to Joseph, he learned that they are separate and distinct individuals.

That's what I believe.

It's true.

Don't add to the Bible?

This is the argument given against The Book of Mormon.

I’m tired of people saying the Book of Mormon can’t have anything of value because the bible says not to add anything else to it. That’s what the Book of Revelations says, and John, who wrote it, was referring to the book he was writing, not to a compilation of books done hundreds of years later that we call the bible.

Years after John the revelator was dead, the bible was compiled. If you use your same argument as you use against the Book of Mormon, none of the books of the bible could be added to the Book of Revelations.

I believe in the Bible. We use the King James version.

I believe in The Book of Mormon.

The Book of Mormon talks about another group of people and God’s dealings with them and their belief in the Savior.

It talks about Christ visiting the people and his giving them the gospel.

Here is a quote from The Book of Mormon:
"For behold, the Spirit of Christ is given to every man, that he may know good from evil; wherefore, I show unto you the way to judge; for every thing which inviteth to do good, and to persuade to believe in Christ, is sent forth by the power and gift of Christ; wherefore ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of God."

The Book of Mormon, like the Bible, is the word of God, given to help us keep his commandments and return to Him.

It's true.