Answered in post #113. Not my problem if you don't want to hear.This was never answered
Again I do not care what you say you believe
I can read for myself what the book of Mormon has to say about the curse of black skin
Not contradicted either. The Early Church Fathers believed in men can become gods, and saw no contradiction with the Bible.I can see for myself Mormon doctrines such as celestial marriage the idea that God was once as we are and we can be exactly like God are not biblical doctrines
I do.You say Joseph Smith was a true prophet
It doesn't have to be. We have other scriptures.He said this and other Mormon sources agree
“It is a ‘Mormon’ truism that is current among us and we all accept it, that as man is God once was and as God is man may become.” (Melvin J. Ballard – Mormon Apostle General Conf. address, April 6, 1921)
So where do you find that in the bible ? The book of Mormon ?
I never said those are the only sources. Our Canon of scripture has four books: the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. Those are what constitute our canon of scripture, and the official source of our doctrine. Nothing supersedes those, unless it is canonized in the same way.So your claim that you have only two sources of authority the bible and the book of Mormon is false and cannot be trusted.