Mormonism’s “eternal law” is the creed of multiverse.
Transcending all gods. Governed by no ultimate Persons. Impersonal. Cold. “Without body, parts, passions.” Incromprehensible. “Unknown and unknowable—formless, passionless, elusive, ethereal, simultaneously everywhere and nowhere.”
All the gods must submit to it, abide by it, conform to it.
“We were there and then (say) born in the express image and likeness of him by whom we received our spiritual birth possessing the same faculties & powers but in their infantile state yet susceptable of an elevation equal to that of those possessed by our Spiritual Father But in order to effect this we must needs be planted in a material tabernacle. Accordingly the great machine was set in motion whereby bodies for the immortal sons and daughters of God came into being…” (Lorenzo Snow, Feb. 14, 1842. Quoted by Van Hale)
Is the idea of the Great Machine more eternal than God’s godness?
Do you think that you could ever,
Through all eternity,
Find out the generation
Where Gods began to be?
If a religion’s God is what it holds up as Ultimate and Original, then:
– Mormonism’s God is not Heavenly Father, but the eternal law that governs all the Heavenly Fathers.
– Christianity’s God is a Triune, Personal Being. Three happy persons in eternal relationship. Father, Son, and Spirit.