Date: January 22, 2020 11:32PM
According to Mormon doctrine, Jesus is the same personage as the God (Jehovah) of the Old Testament, right?
So it was Jesus (as Jehovah) who pronounced the Ten Commandments. The first one says that we should "have no other gods" before him (Jesus/Jehovah), and that we should not "worship them."
But Mormons also insist that they do not worship Jesus, but they worship and pray to "God the Father" in the name of the Son. Bruce R. McConkie said: "We worship the Father and him only and no one else." The Encyclopedia of Mormonism says: "Latter-day Saints worship and pray to the Father and offer all other sacred performances to him in the name of the Son, Jesus Christ.".
So, aren't they violating the First Commandment by not worshipping the author of the Commandments?