No, actually is doesn’t. This is the problem with most Christians imposing their view on scripture (thanks to the fallacious doctrine of the Trinity) and believe it’s the only way scripture can be interpreted.Except for staying into Modalism, sometimes, when it claims that Jesus is His own Father.
First, let’s define modalism:
1. the doctrine that the persons of the Trinity represent only three modes or aspects of the divine revelation, not distinct and coexisting persons in the divine nature. (From google search:’modalism definition’)
But let’s suppose that the Book of Mormon does not believe In the Trinity. Let’s consider that the Father and the Son are distinct personages AND there is a hierarchy between the Father and the Son.
Second, Let’s look at the actual BOM verses:
“1 And now Abinadi said unto them: I would that ye should understand that God himself shall come down among the children of men, and shall redeem his people.”
Speaking about Jehovah, the God of Israel, who is Jesus Christ, not the Father.
“2 And because he dwelleth in flesh he shall be called the Son of God...”
Who is the son of God the Father
“...and having subjected the flesh to the will of the Father,...“
Because the Son is subject to the Father
“...being the Father...”
to men and women having taken upon his name (see Mosiah 5:7 - And now, because of the covenant which ye have made ye shall be called the children of Christ, his sons, and his daughters; for behold, this day he hath spiritually begotten you; for ye say that your hearts are changed through faith on his name; therefore, ye are born of him and have become his sons and his daughters.)
“... and the Son—“
of God the Father - thus the Son Being the Only Begotten
Look at that! No more “3–in-1-in-3”/“God is a mystery that can never be understood”/“God is a different species” -all extra biblical nonsense.
Rather, we can understand that a single person can play different roles in relationships to other people. And thereby understanding that Jesus meant what he said:
John 14:6 “...I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”
See also “Joseph Fielding Smith, Conference Report, October 1962, pp. 20-22”