You seem to be gravely misunderstanding a number of Mormon beliefs, as well as a number of things that I have said. For example, the concept of “eternal progression” as I just read about has nothing to do with a “never ending line of gods.” You should also not take me to mean that Jesus himself established every doctrine of the Mormon church; practically no church exists without, at the very least, statements clarifying who Jesus was and what some of his core teachings meant. What I meant was that Mormons cannot be excluded from Christianity without a consciously biased definition of Christianity, and that their beliefs are therefore not un-Christian.
Understand, on the other hand, that Mormons do believe that their other, non-Biblical, scriptures are also divinely revealed; therefore, any teachings from these sources that do not come from the mouth of Christ himself are nevertheless regarded by Mormons as infallible truth — in the same way that Catholics regard Sacred Tradition as an infallible, extra-Biblical deposit of divinely-revealed truth.
If you would really like to talk to Mormons (I am not one) about their faith, you should try to learn more about it so that you can ask questions with valid premises. Right now it seems that you are just trying to discredit Mormonism, and you cannot build a convincing case to that effect if you do not know what you are arguing against to begin with.