Your list is doctrinal. But once one begins scratching the surface of these ideas, we 
leave the area of doctrine and enter into speculation.

For example,
1. There is a God with a body, but was he a Savior on his own planet? 
2. Is Christ the savior of just this world, all the universe? What?
3. Was Joseph Smith infallible? If not, which of his statements are not prophetic?
4. What parts of the Bible have not been translated correctly?
5. Pres Hinckley is prophet, but does he know everything? Or just what God has 
revealed to him, sufficient to provide eternal life to mankind?
6. How much faith is required to be saved? And is that salvation in the Celestial 
Kingdom, or a lower kingdom that we are speaking about?

K'aya K'ama
Gerald Smith
Freedom Forever

JWR's list of doctrines:1) There is a God.
2) Jesus Christ is his Son.
3) Joseph Smith is a true prophet.
4) The Book of Mormon is the Word of God.
5) The Bible is the Word of God insofar as it is translated correctly.
6) Jesus Christ is the Redeemer of the World.
7) Gordon B. Hinckley is a true prophet just as Joseph Smith or Moses were.
8) A man cannot be saved without faith in Christ, repentance and baptism.
9) There are three kingdoms of glory.
10)  There is a universal resurrection.
11)  The Law of Tithing is God's Law.
12)  The Law of Chastity is God's Law.

and so forth and so on.

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