Well, you have obviously never studied at a well balanced Christian fellowship. I think what you wrote here shows how you do not have a understanding of who, so to speak, owns Grace. God owns and offers His Grace, it is not our to earn and buy, it is His and it is offered freely…He is the one that took on our sins, suffered, spit, stabbed, and fed vile. It was not Easy, what is easy is His Yoke when we obey His commandments. When we don’t our Christian walk is a tough row to sow.So I'd be interested in presenting your idea of a "do nothing" salvation on a Christian board and see how well you can defend it.
This is where Christians really do harm to Mormons, and widen the divide. Instead of using Paul's approach of talking about the natural man, and the impossiblity of keeping the entire law, thus salvation can only be found in grace, they portray Christianity as a "do nothing, lawless, easy grace" construct.
If you don't know the transformative power of the atonement, then IMO you never really learned the gospel. That's a pity.
What widens the divide for me is there is no transparency in the church. It is a secretively based faith with the GA holding all the authority. They won’t own their past, and IMO are trying hard to figure out their future.