I don't know who Brooke White is but Mormons believe they can become gods, IF they do certain ceremonies in the temple and keep the vows they make there. Not all Mormons believe they will become gods, because not all Mormons go to the temple and do the ceremonies they believe are required.
They do not believe they will become gods but they do believe they will be able to become more like Jesus and god.
Rarely - Mormons have an active evangelical program which targets all people: black and white, gay and straight; however, Mormons do believe that homosexual behavior is a sin. They do not believe that homosexuality is a sin, since it is not a choice, but they do believe that it is a sin to have sexual relations with anyone you are not legally and lawfully married to. They do not recognize the legal status of couples of the same gender. All persons who convert to Mormonism take a vow of chastity. That is, they vow that they shall never have any sexual relations with anyone with whom they are not legally and lawfully married. Of course, not all Mormons are equally successful in keeping this vow.
They don't. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) don't hate any race. There are over 14 million Mormons coming from every race and nationality. Mormons believe that God is the father and creator of all people and He loves everyone equally - and they believe that we as individuals must love everyone equally as well. The Mormon church was started by white people, and about half of it's membership consists of caucasians from North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand.
There are many differences between the beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventists and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church). *The most obvious is that Adventsts believe worship services should be held on Saturday; Mormons generally observe a Sunday sabbath. *Adventists use only the Bible (usually NIV) as scripture. Mormons use the Bible (KJV primarily), the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, the Pearl of Great Price, and the words of their living prophet. *Mormons have a living prophet and living Twelve Apostles, Adventists do not, but believe that the writings of Ellen G. White (1827-1915) are inspired of God. *Adventists believe in the traditional Trinitarian God, that is, that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are the same being. Mormons believe that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three seperate beings united in purpose. *Adventists celebrate the communion or Lord's Supper with foot washing, bread, and grape juice. Mormons observe it with bread and water. *Both faiths practice full-immersion baptism and do not baptize young children or babies. *Both faiths follow a health code, although most Adventists tend to be vegetarian and most Mormons believe that meat should be eaten sparingly. *Both groups are restorationist (believing that first century Christianity had to be restored to the earth, not remodeled from the Catholic church) and grew out of the Second Great Awakening. *Most Adventists take the Biblical creation story literally, saying that the earth was created in six days. Mormons teach that it was created over six undefined "creative periods." Some believe those periods are literally 1000 years (2 Peter 3:8); others believe the biblical reference is figurative. *Mormons believe that marriages and families 'sealed' in Temple ceremonies will continue in heaven. Adventists have no such doctrine. *Mormons believe that baptisms can be performed for those who died without being baptized (1 Corinthians 15:29), giving them the chance to accept Jesus Christ and be saved in the afterlife. Adventists have no such doctrine. *Adventists believe in a 'heavenly sanctuary' in which Jesus is continuing His work of Atonement. Mormons believe Christ's gospel is taught to deceased persons in the afterlife. *Adventists believe that God began judging His people on October 22, 1844. Mormons have no such belief. *Adventists believe that death is a state of unconcious sleep until the resurrection. Mormons believe that the spirits of the righteous dead go to a 'spirit paradise' and the spirits of the wicked dead go to 'spirit prison' where they are conscious, and still teaching and being taught, until the resurrection when they are reunited with physical bodies. *Adventists believe that after the Resurrection and Millennium, the righteous will go to heaven and the wicked will be completely destroyed. Mormons believe that following the final judgment, most people will go to one of three levels of heaven, and only those who have committed the most wicked sins (such as rebellion against God after having had a sure knowledge of Christ) will go to perdition (hell) for eternity. *Many Adventists believe that the Archangel Michael is Jesus Christ. Mormons believe that Michael is Adam. *Some Adventists will accept 'commissioned' female pastors. Mormons will not ordain or 'commission' women. Check out the "Related Links" below to see the official websites for each of the two faiths.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly called "Mormons") who have been finalists or semi-finalists on American Idol are: Season 2: Carmen Rasmusen Season 3: John Peter Lewis Season 7: David Archuletta and Brooke White Season 8: Taylor Vaifanua (highly speculated, but not official) There have probably been several more on the audition shows (especially when auditions were in Salt Lake City).
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