What adjective would be suitable here to describe this particular difference between two doctrinal stances?
... Well, as the matter of fact, neither "Mormons" nor "Jehovah's witnesses" are Christians even though both of them claim that they are following Jesus Christ's footsteps. The reason is simple: both of these two groups refuse (and teach that it is wrong) to pray directly to Jesus Christ by calling on His name. They only pray to the heavenly Father and add in the end of their prayers "In the name of Your Son Jesus Christ we pray", which is a far cry from praying to Jesus Christ directly. Read the book of Acts, chapter nine - early Christians were being martyred for their practice of calling on the name "Jesus", which is praying directly to Him. Having said that, however, I still want to note that Mormons believe that many people who are not members of their group will still be saved in the eternity future, albeit in the "lower kingdom", while Jehovah's witnesses believe that only the members of their group will be saved and all others will go into eternal perdition. So, as you can see, Mormon's belief is less ______
Also, what adjective would be suitable if the last sentence in the quote went this way:
So, as you can see, Mormon's belief is more ______