In a church talk today someone quoted a scripture from 2 Nephi. It's chapter 32 vs 13.
" 13Wherefore, my beloved brethren, I know that if ye shall afollow the Son, with full purpose of heart, acting no bhypocrisy and no deception before God, but with real cintent, repenting of your sins, witnessing unto the Father that ye are dwilling to take upon you the ename of Christ, by fbaptism—yea, by following your Lord and your Savior down into the water, according to his word, behold, then shall ye receive the Holy Ghost; yea, then cometh the gbaptism of fire and of the Holy Ghost; and then can ye speak with the htongue of angels, and shout praises unto the Holy One of Israel."
The speaker in the first line replaced "Son", with "the prophet". It then read: "I know that if ye shall follow the prophet, with full purpose of heart, acting no hypocrisy..."
I'm pretty sure Nephi didn't mess up when he wrote his words. He took the time to etch his words in metal plates using something like a chisel. I think we should read what it says since it took great effort for him to choose and record his words.
Replacing Christ with something or someone else to me is plain and very simply not good doctrine. My view of course.