There is nothing more fundamental in God’s revelations than the basic premise that we are of the race of Gods. We are of his species. God looks like us. We look like him. He has two arms, two legs, a head—indeed, Jesus said, “If ye have seen me, ye have seen the Father.” Obviously, God’s sons and daughters would be of his species, would resemble him. This was one of the basic truths Joseph Smith knew after his vision in 1820. Consequently, people on other worlds would be like us, because we are all his children. …People “out there” are like people here, because we are all of the race of Gods…” – Kent Nielsen (Professor BYU, Physics, Philosophy –Retired)
Genesis 1:1; “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”
Sometimes all that is needed when witnessing to a Mormon is the most simple of verses from the Bible that says it all.
The teaching that God was raised on another planet and earned godhood somewhere, and then came here to be our God is so farfetched it boggles the mind!!
You’ll notice in this teaching how there are no specifics. No names of the other planets. No names for the other gods. No names of the other saviors…
And where in the Bible does it say we’re of the race of gods?
None of this reflects Christian theology at all.