God the Father. According to the LDS, God was once a man just like us, and his father was also a man who became a god by doing good works to earn his salvation and exaltation to a god, in the same way as did the LDS God. The LDS God, “Elohim” (called “Heavenly Father” in everyday parlance) has a body of flesh and bones and lives near a star called “Kolob.” Heavenly Father also has wives, but the LDS don’t have an established doctrine about this and it becomes quite difficult to pin them down on the subject. All humans are spiritual children of this god, as are Satan and all the demonic realm. (In the pre-existence before coming on earth, Jesus, Satan and the demons, and humans, were brothers and sisters having the same father.)
A literal son (spirit-child) of a god and his wife
The elder brother of all spirits born in the pre-existence to Heavenly Father
One of three gods overseeing earth
Atoned only for Adam's transgression, thereby providing the opportunity for us to obtain "eternal life" by our own efforts
The literal spirit brother of Satan
Conceived through sexual intercourse between God and Mary.
His death is not able to cleanse some people of all their sins.
Uncreated, eternally existing, unique incarnation of God the son.
Unique Son of God with whom none can be compared.
The Second Person of the Holy Trinity
Atoned for our personal sins, thereby securing "eternal life" for us, once we place our trust in his life, death and resurrection.
No relation to Satan, who himself is a created being - an angel who rebelled against God.
Conceived to a virgin Mary by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Jesus' sacrifice on the cross is able to cleanse every person of all their sins.
A false god and a false Jesus removes the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from the realm of true Christianity.