Well, this is kinda how I view it: A guy's hungry, and he needs food. There are three kinds of food; Food A is delicious and is pleasing to the eye, Food B looks okay, and is acceptable in taste, whereas Food C looks amazing horrible, and it barely good enough to eat. Now all three choices can fulill the guy's need for food, as there are plenty of it, but I would think that he would choose Food A. This is how I view it; Christianity is not perfect, but its much better off than say, a Satanic cult. (Assuming that a person wishes to know Truth, which in this case would be G-d, then both Christianity and a Satanic cult agrees on the principle of G-d's existence; its just that the Satanic cult would be acknowledging G-d's existence whil going openly against HIM, which is ironic). But to live a life of holiness, or shall we say, righteousness (assuming that the person, once realizing the essence of Truth), then it would be best for the person to be Christian, for Christianity is an established religion that give guidance to those who seek a righteous and good life by revealing its accumulated wisdom (the Catholic & Orthodox have the practice of looking back at the lives of saints, while Protestants look for guidance from Jesus' teachings). But the main problem (at least I think) here is that, Eran, is that when one acknowledges Christ while searching for Truth (assuming that most people tend to view Truth as absolute and one), for example through Mormonism, then he/she has to also acknowledge that the Trinitarian doctrine holds true, which is a view not shared by Mormonism; then the person would would have to choose between Christ, or G-d, or else accept Truth as being many (Polytheism). But Mormons, who claim to be in line with Judaism, then has to confront the dillema that while Judaism states that G-d is ONE & that he exists, a salvation through Christ experience from a Mormon would suggest that G-d is Christ. But since G-d cannot be Christ, due to the non-Trinitarian stance of Mormonism, then it leaves us with a dillema.