Why are JWs any more worthy for Hell than Mormons if they have a similar belief in his ontology?I have no issue whatsoever in believing that Jewish, Muslim and Jehovah's Witnesses, most likely will have hell awaiting them. They all have more than sufficient knowledge of who Jesus is and they clearly reject Him. While I'm really sad that this fate awaits them, I'm not willing to bury my head in the sand and say that maybe their ok, because there isn't any part of me that can wrap my head around folks reaching heaven while clearly rejecting the Lord and Savior.Translation: I'm not interested in the truth if it is discomforting or dashes my opinions to pieces.But when folks say things like this;
Articles of Faith:
Are there some hokey things in these statements? Yes of course there are, and there is more if one reads through all of their stuff. My question isn't whether they have enough problems to miss the kingdom, but rather do they exhibit that which is required to attain it. I believe that Mormons demonstrate saving faith, and I have no issue calling them my brothers and sisters.
I'm not interested in all of the comments whereby it is said that they attest to all the right things yet they mean something else.How many more statements "you're still not getting it" do you need?Sounds like something that would come from Alex Jones, way too much conspiracy theory for me. No I don't believe that the book of Mormon was inspired and no I don't believe in the Mormon peculiar doctrines, but then again I'm not about to join the Catholics, Episcopalians of Methodists any time soon either, if I'm going to include them as my brothers and sisters and I do, then I'm including Mormons as well. I haven't seen anything here that would indicate that I shouldn't.
Jesus isn't who you think he is. God isn't who you think he is. Salvation isn't what you think it is. Grace isn't what you think it is. Sin isn't what you think it is. Humans aren't you think we are. Matter isn't what you think it is. The Bible isn't what you think it is. Faith isn't what you think it is.
I'm sorry for being rather pointed on this, but what you are in essence saying is that the Christian faith is whatever someone decides it is.