Creation ex nihilo. God exists beyond space and time. The Mormon god-- whomever he is-- needed matter in order to make anything. The God of the Bible made that matter. Nothing existed until the God of the Bible spoke it into being. The Mormon god is impotent and nothing more than a created being who through some goofy theology, was exalted to godhood like his predecessors and so on before.Right. There are many problems with the non-Mormon Christian view. 1. Creation ex nihilo. The only thing created from nothing is nothing. 2. The idea that God is an incorporeal nothingness. What imagine would that look like? Of the 9 definitions, one is completely unrelated (mathematical equation), 1 is a concept and one is a figure of speech (which I believe most closely resembles the non-Mormon Christian view. Effectively, this means it isn't really true). All the rest are visual, what it looks like.
Somebody made matter. It wasn't the Mormon god. However the eternal God of the Bible made everything.
All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.
(John 1:3-4 NKJV)
The Complete Jewish Bible translates it this way:
All things came to be through him,
and without him nothing made had being.
(John 1:3 CJB)
If you believe the written word of God-- and you certainly don't BOJ based on your many many statements on these boards-- "all things" include matter. You can't even get the most fundamental truth right.