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Mormon Plan of Salvation

Posted by skiutah on Tuesday, December 21, 2010

How the Mormon Plan of Salvation flowchart compares to a few other beliefs:

Subtle Soteriology

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23 Responses to “Mormon Plan of Salvation”

  1. Christophe said

    Your state of mind is twisted, your interpretation is funny but it’s only a point of view with a lot of mistakes (like Agnostics…), based upon some realities mixed on purpose but dished without wisdom, intelligence,understanding and humility, i’m sorry for you in a sense, that’s not justice what you are doing here, well that’s free agency after all, you will only persuade people like you i presume, sad anyway.
    I hope you’ll change soon, everybody have other chances. (sorry for my english and my president, because i’m French)
    C.C.

    • skiutah said

      merci. One interesting aspect of the plan of salvation is that if you do a google search on that topic, you don’t find many flowcharts that articulate all of the various aspects. The flowcharts posted on this blog are accurate. If you have a more accurate plan of salvation flowchart, feel free to post it on this blog.

      I think one reason why there aren’t any flowcharts for the plan of salvation is because once a person sees the complete flow and logic, they’ll determine that the plan of salvation doesn’t make any sense. So it’s better (for religious groups) not to produce a coherent flowchart detailing the various steps and how they relate.

  2. Whitney said

    I am a Holy Spirit filled Christian! And I love your flow chart! It makes great sense! funny! I can truly say that the Christian side of it is true! I am speaking with mormons now and that side of the flow chart now is makeing mores sense they are truly confused as that flowchart shows! The agnostic is also true cause I know a few who believes that way and says that they dont believe in God the whole concept to them is crazy! So i can say it is accurate!

    • skiutah said

      thank you for confirming its accuracy and truthfulness.

      🙂

    • Laurine said

      No sorry but this is simply someone’s opinion about the Mormon plan of salvation, It is exaggerated and twisted version, someone put their own spin on, of what the Mormon plan of salvation really is. Go to mormon.org to find the real beliefs of the church of Jesus christ of latter day saints.

  3. very much well showed 😉

  4. Joseph said

    It would appear from your flow charts that you must have some agenda against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I will say that in my opinion most of your steps are rather well laid out, however the amount of time you took to point out Mormon “discrepencies” through veiled inuendo while not doing the same for Christian and Agnostic flow charts shows your bias. In addition I feel that two of the steps are not reflective of Mormon beliefs. Ostracize family members that don’t agree, and be Christlike until you find out people aren’t interested in being Mormon. I am the only Mormon in my family, and I do not ostracize any family member. It is not a doctrine of the LDS church to ostracize people for the simple fact that they do not share your faith. Similarly we are taught to be Christlike to the whole human family whether they are insterested in conversion or not. I don’t know if those two were put in there from your own personal experiences or not, but generally I think Mormons try to treat everyone as kindly as possible despite their interest in the church, and neither of those steps is doctrine in the Mormon theology of the Plan of Salvation.

  5. Ranzel said

    Who is this guy “Skiutah” speaking for the Mormon Church? Does he know much about the teaching of the LDS Church?! This flow chart is a dishonest propaganda against the LDS Church. People who believes in this brainless make-believe flow chart against the LDS teachings of the Plan of Salvation are as idiotic as this guy who created this. Plain stupidity. Mormons are smart people. Don’t make us look stupid through this post of yours. You are so inspired by the Devil that the Devil himself rejoice with you!

    • coventryrm said

      Can you specifically point out what is dishonest about it? – Both SkiUtah and I served Mormon mission married in temple etc…. yes …the flowchart is satirical BUT not without validity.

      • Ranzel said

        So both of you are apostate members of the LDS Church! That explains everything. People who leaves the church can’t just shut up their mouth. They start blabbering and blabbering…

        Go back to Primary guys! Sinners!

      • Steve said

        My question is if someone here served a mission and went to the temple, do you really believe that God exsist? And if he does, is the purpose for this life and the efforts to reclaim his children are so that we can become something less than our Father? Do you not believe his love is real, or that He doesn’t intend to provide a way for us to have all that he has? Maybe a partial inheritance? I can tell you there might be more to the eternities than being allowed to exsist. Our struggles are not in vain. Indeed our pain and grief were intended to prepare us for eternal progression. James 1:5 The Holy Ghost speaks to and teaches your soul if you sincerely seek wisdom. I can assure you that your mockeries, while entertaing, lack anything inspired by reverence or soul searching. More likely that you have an appetite for something contrary to the LDS lifestyle. If the Church is false , than you are justified. Cliche’ and sad. The Lord knows your heart. He knows what you know. You and I will be held accountable for what our spirits know and how we reacted to it. I would encourage you to re read Gospel Principles for the less jaded version of the plan of salvation flowchart. I’m sure you still have one.

  6. Ranzel said

    Probably this guy “Skiutah” is an apostate member of the LDS Church. Don’t believe this guy… he is brainless!!!

    • Ranzel said

      I guessed it right… these guys are just plain mud slingers! Get a life guys!

      • coventryrm said

        Ranzel you still have yet to point out where we are being dishonest? guess the best you can come up with is the normal apologetic red herring tactic. Regardless of what our motivation might be doesn’t change the truth as to what is and what has been taught over the years by LDS leaders.

      • Ranzel said

        You know the best both of the two of you can do is to write your own scriptures, and create your own plan of salvation and let millions of people believe in it! Does that sound like a good idea?! Instead of smacking the LDS Church why don’t you create your own herd of black sheeps. You can start with the few hundred souls of followers you have here already…. Born Again Christians, Baptist, Satanist, Psychotics, and etc….

  7. Steve said

    Steve said

    Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 7:16 pm
    My question is if someone here served a mission and went to the temple, do you really believe that God exsist? And if he does, is the purpose for this life and the efforts to reclaim his children are so that we can become something less than our Father? Do you not believe his love is real, or that He doesn’t intend to provide a way for us to have all that he has? Maybe a partial inheritance? I can tell you there might be more to the eternities than being allowed to exsist. Our struggles are not in vain. Indeed our pain and grief were intended to prepare us for eternal progression. James 1:5 The Holy Ghost speaks to and teaches your soul if you sincerely seek wisdom. I can assure you that your mockeries, while entertaing, lack anything inspired by reverence or soul searching. More likely that you have an appetite for something contrary to the LDS lifestyle. If the Church is false , than you are justified. Cliche’ and sad. The Lord knows your heart. He knows what you know. You and I will be held accountable for what our spirits know and how we reacted to it. I would encourage you to re read Gospel Principles for the less jaded version of the plan of salvation flowchart. I’m sure you still have one. This comment was intended for the creators of this post.

  8. Dawn said

    Sorry, I had to stop at the pre-existence. Obviously you weren’t listening in seminary…there was only ONE Plan. That’s a common misconception that a person who served a mission as you claimed to have done, should know. So, I’m not quite sure who you really are or what you’re trying to do here. But if it’s to paint the “Mormon Plan” as too difficult and involved, I really don’t think that’s illogical at all. If you believe in God…the Creator of ALL, and you believe this God sent his ONLY begotten Son to die for our sins…doesn’t it make sense that you would need to do a little more than believe he exists and say you’re sorry when you do wrong and try to do better? To me it makes sense, I don’t know. But the parts about pointing out mistakes made by fallible men when even Moses was imperfect, that’s ridiculous. And the reason you don’t see this “involved” chart is because the things you say are not taught. I’m sorry if you were a member and some things that were said and done in the history of the church didn’t seem right to you. That’s why we develop a testimony, so when we find out people make mistakes, we can still know what is true. Man, I hope you’re never in a position where somebody points out and holds you to every single thing you say that you were wrong about. I see you didn’t include the Crusades, The Inquisition, wars, corporeal punishment, forced conversion in colonization, and justification of slavery in your list about Christians (and that’s just a few) or does that not count?

  9. Dawn said

    But I am sincerely sorry if you’ve encountered or been taught to ostracize those outside of the church. Because that is absolutely wrong (and you have to know that’s taught) and is something that will need to be answered for, but then again, that’s what the Atonement is for, nobody is ever going to be perfect.

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