Ok.Grace is a gift, but we need to receive it. We receive it on faith, evidenced by our works. It’s not the works, themselves, that saves us. No one is sprinkling foreheads, or dunking kids just to make sure “the work is done.” In fact, if Mormons believe in works based salvation, why does the Book of Mormon teach against infant baptism?
Jesus, Peter, and Paul all taught baptism for the reception of the Holy Ghost. Paul even re-baptized those that had only received John’s baptism. Why? It’s not works based salvation - it’s faith in action.
show me where these are the case.
Provide me with references, and explanation.