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Just curious. Hope I can get helpful feed back.

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Can you narrow down your focus? You could be asking about the essence of God, or you could be asking about the characteristics of God. –  Double U Mar 25 '14 at 23:53
Can you explain to me both, essence an characteristics? –  user10314 Mar 26 '14 at 0:06
I'd rather flag it as "too broad". –  Double U Mar 26 '14 at 0:13

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In Wikipedia page, Christian Denomination, we see Mormonism as a Nontrinitarian Denomination. Explaining that:

Mormons see themselves as believing in a Godhead comprising the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost as separate personages united in purpose.

On a separate page, God in Mormonism, explains that The Father in the Godhead is the same Jewish God, Elohim that we know.

Basically, unlike the trinity, most Mormons believe that:

the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost are not said to be one in substance or essence; instead, they remain three separate beings, or personages, completely united in will and purpose as one God

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This should explain the Trinity, too, to be a complete answer. –  Flimzy Mar 26 '14 at 1:04
@CecilBeckum why are you under the impression that it is necessary to upvote a question to answer it? Perhaps the answerer didn't think the question merited an upvote yet still could provide an answer. –  Matthew Moisen Mar 26 '14 at 8:47

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