In Mormonism, however, God is not omniscient or omnipotent, "he is a man, basically, who is continuing to progress and I can be on that same journey," she said.
The former BYU professor explained that, according to LDS doctrine, the best Mormons will proceed to become gods like the creator.
In 1999, Brigham Young University offered her a job.
Upon moving to Utah, however, the professor recounted new discoveries – the Mormon scriptures still preach racism and polygamy, despite LDS public denials.
If someone were born gay, then God failed to give them the ability to reproduce and have children as such. The word gay and the rainbow symbol have been stolen by the homosexual community to represent their sinful agenda.
"I became consumed with this God of love, the God of grace," she said, noting that Mormons believe in works-based salvation."The Bible doesn't teach that the mark of Cain was dark skin," she explained, "but the Book of Mormon does." She noted that the mark of Cain is in other Mormon scriptures, too, besides the Book of Mormon.It wasn't until her son Micah left the Mormon Church, however, that Wilder considered questioning their doctrines, she said.According to the LDS church, your deeds get you into heaven, she explained, while "in Christianity, Christ did all the work on the cross."The LDS church also teaches that Jesus failed to hold His church together, the professor noted.She quoted Joseph Smith's , where the Mormon founder wrote, "I have more to boast of than any man had.