‘And that Same Sociality Which Exists Among us here Will Exist Among us There’: A Mormon Understanding of Grace as Between Persons Different from other theistic traditions Mormons have tended not to make a distinction between the Being of God and the Being of other Persons. In fact God is presented as the great example of personality toward which all other persons must strive. If persons other than God are viewed as literal children of God or “gods in embryo” they are also God in microcosm. A Mormon idea of Grace should include not only God’s Grace towards us but Grace between all persons. Grace is founded in freedom and is extended toward others.