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Personally I do not care what he calls himself, but a Christian he is not as he does not believe in the Trinity. So his attempts to muddy these waters was very deceptive and not the type of President I would care to have. jan
On what basis do you accuse him of attempting to "muddy these waters?" Do you have any proof whatsoever that he is "very deceptive" and not simply honestly professing what he believes to be true? The fact that we hold it to be false does not mean he does not genuinely believe it.
Although the person who posed the initial question wasn't specific in defining 'heretic', since this is a Catholic web site, it makes sense to assume he intended the question from a Catholic perspective until demonstrated otherwise. The Catholic Church has a rather specific definition of 'heresy'. In this context, whether a Mormon or even a Protestant would agree seems irrelevant.
That's all fine and good, but (assuming for the sake of argument we're going for heretic and not infidel) of all the reasons for calling Mormons 'heretics,' baptism is frankly among the least of their problems.