Question Box: Do Mormons believe in Jesus?

January 18, 2012


Sometimes people hear about “Mormons” but don’t realize that the actual name of the religion is “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints”.  Jesus Christ is our Savior, Lord and Redeemer. We believe that He was born of the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem as described in the New Testament. As the Son of God, He came to save all mankind through his suffering in Gethsemane, death on the cross and resurrection on the third day.

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2 Responses to “Question Box: Do Mormons believe in Jesus?”

  1. ricky maclean

    they believe that  joseph smith was told to dig up a new testament in Illinois was just wondering if theres any mention of how it got there (meaning did god or Jesus visit Illinois) 

  2. Thaddeus

    Hi, ricky! It was actually upstate New York, not Illinois, and yes, it was a prophet of God named Moroni who buried the gold plate book (the Book of Mormon) there. Joseph Smith was led by an angel many centuries later to find them in the same stone box buried in a hill.