Do Mormons believe they will be the only ones in heaven?
NO, all good people will be there
Is it true that if you grow up outside the Mormon religion you'll never make it to heaven as the Mormons teach?
There are no facts on what happens after death, if heaven exists there or not. If you believe in it you believe in it. The Mormons can be right or they can be wrong. Clearly other religions would not agree with them. As for what Mormons teach regarding this, the answer is NO. Mormons believe that as God loves all mankind, He wants to allow as many as possible to return to him and live… Read More
Mormons have extra scripture like the Book of Mormon. Some different beliefs are: 1.Catholics believe that there is 1 heaven,Mormons believe that there are 3 heavens. 2.Catholics believe that Jesus will not return until the end of the world,Mormons believe that Jesus came to the Americas around 34 AD. 3.Caholics believe that no one can be like God,Mormons believe that there are many gods and they can also become a god.(They only worship the God… Read More
Mormons sinful ways? They are the ones that not only believe in Christ but strive to follow him. But since all people do sin, should anyone pay for their sins?
It doesn't. Only Mormons believe that Man can become God through good works, which is in contradiction with the Bible.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) believe that the devil (also called Satan or Lucifer) is a very real being. He is the enemy of righteousness and strives to lead us away from God. Mormons believe that men have power over Satan. Satan cannot force a mortal man or woman to do anything, he can only deceive them and tempt them to turn from God. Mormons believe that… Read More
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that life is eternal - we existed prior to this mortal life and will exist after this mortal life. This is not considered to be multiple lives, but different stages in one life. Mormons believe that all people lived in heaven with God prior to being born on this earth, and that we will return to heaven to live with God… Read More
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that "there is no other way nor means whereby man can be saved, only through the atoning blood of Jesus Christ" (Book of Mormon, Helaman 5:9. Also see Mosiah 3:17 and Alma 38:9). Mormons, like all Christians, believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven.
A: That depends on what you believe. Some Chistians believe that all who believe in Jesus will go to heaven, regardless of their sins. Others say you will only go to heaven if you die without unforgiven sins, at least mortal ones. Another view, based on the Book of Revelation, is that of all the billions of people who have ever lived, only 144,000 will ever go to heaven. Of course, if heaven exists only… Read More
Yes. They believe that one is only able to go to Heaven if they follow Christ (but only through their church, not any of the myriad other types of churches that follow Christ because those churches are wrong).
Christians believe that heaven is a place of happiness because people are with God and with everybody they love. Some Christians think there the only ones going to heaven but most of us don't believe that. The Bible says that anyone who loves knows God and is from God - but it doesn't say you have to be a Christain to get to heaven.
Yes, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) do believe in heaven and hell, although their beliefs differ from most mainstream Christians. Mormons believe that the vast majority of people will go to one of the three levels of heaven. They believe that only those who had a sure faith in God and Jesus Christ and then denied that faith (apostates) will go to hell (which is usually called… Read More
Many religions contrast with Mormonism. Mormons believe that there are three levels of heaven, when many other Christians believe there is only one. Mormons believe that people have the ability to become gods after death, when some other Christians believe that is blasphemous, making themselves above or equal to Jehovah. Some "fundamentalist" Mormon splinter groups believe that there are no limitations to the number of spouses one might have, when many other Christians believe that… Read More
Not at all. There is a common misconception around this despite Islam teaching that there will be a number of people who enter "heaven" whose faith and religious inclination will be known only to Allah.
Catholics believe that only catholics can get to heaven.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are Christian, they are just not Protestant, Catholic, or Orthodox Christians. Several things make Mormons stand out from most other Christians. For example: * Mormons are non-Trinitarian. They believe that God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit are three separate beings united in purpose. They reject the Nicene and Apostolic creeds as well. *Mormons believe that the original New Testament… Read More
Only if you believe in it then yes.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that there are three levels of heaven, each with different requirements. *The highest level of heaven, the Celestial Kingdom, is the place where God the Father and Jesus Christ live. In order to enter this kingdom, one must have faith in Jesus Christ, repent of their sins, and be baptized. *The middle level of heaven, the Terrestrial Kingdom, is a place… Read More
Most religious faiths do not believe that the number of people going to heaven is limited. The Jehovah's Witnesses are the only ones I know of who believe that an elite few are heaven-bound: Their idea is that 144,000 will go to heaven, but others who don't get into heaven will live in an earthly paradise instead. Many faiths say that "god is love". Would a loving deity want to limit the number of souls… Read More
No, but Lutherans DO think that only those believing in Jesus will spend eternity in Heaven.
Mormons believe in the 13 articles of faith the first one says we believe God the eternal father and in his son Jesus Christ and in the Holy Ghost. it does not say any other god. Answer: Mormons believe in God the Eternal Father, in His son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost. They believe that these are three distinct and separate individuals and that the "oneness" described in John 17 is unity and… Read More
These were all Utopian societies founded in the 1800's. The Mormons are the only ones still in existence today.
Yes. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, ordained before the world was to be the Savior and Redeemer of mankind. Mormons believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation. Learn more about what Mormons believe about Jesus Christ at the "Related Links" below.
Is it true that the son of the all knowing was never a Mormon and yet only they will get into heaven?
I think what has happened is that you have been greatly misinformed about our beliefs. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints do not believe they have exclusive rights on good deeds, or even truth. We believe that all religions have at least some truth to them. I personally believe that there might even be religions out there who have nothing false within their beliefs. What sets members of the Church of Jesus Christ… Read More
Mormons actually have a bit of a different view on Heaven and Hell than many Christian denominations. They actually believe that everyone is to be judged the same, believers and non-believers. People will be rewarded or punished in the end depending on how they lived their lives. In the Mormon beliefs, there are various levels of heaven, and although all the levels are wonderful, some have a higher degree of glory. Those that have not… Read More
The first question is whether anyone goes to heaven - in other words wehther heaven even exists. If heaven does not exist it simply does not matter whether you believe in Jesus, since no one is going there. If you believe in heaven, but not in Jesus, then you re in some way religious. Jews and Muslims believe in heaven, but do not believe that Jesus was divine. As with Christian belief, it is only… Read More
Why do Mormons believe gender exist in heaven and the highest level is for the white and delightsome and lower levels are for other races as if heaven is a video game of levels with secret codes?
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that "Gender is an essential characteristic of individual premortal, mortal, and eternal identity and purpose." (The Family: A Proclamation to the World) Mormons do not believe that any being can be genderless. God has a gender, and we are His offspring created in His image, therefore we also have genders. All angels and spirits, and even all animals and plants, have… Read More
I believe what the bible says about him, that he is the son of God, and that he is the only way to heaven.
Both Mormons and Jews believe in the passover (when God sent a plague to Egypt which passed over the Hebrews, who were currently slaves there, if they would put a sheep's blood on their doors), though only Jews celebrate it. Mormons and Jews both worship only one god. They also both believe in the Old Testament, but Mormons also believe in the New Testament, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl… Read More
No. Jehovah's Witnesses, for example, do not. And Mormons (LDS) do believe there is one, but that only very few people ever go there.
One - Jesus One - God the Father, We believe in God the Father, in Jesus as his literal son and in the Holy Ghost, a spirit, The three together make up the Godhead but only one is GOD Mormons do not believe in the trinity doctrine that is espoused by many Christian churches. Mormons believe that God the Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Ghost are 3 separate individuals that have a unity of… Read More
While both groups claim to be Christian and are identified to a greater or lesser degree with a public preaching work, there are many notable differences. Jehovah's Witnesses believe ONLY in the bible to be God's inspired word (1 Tim 3: 16). The Mormons have a book called "The Book of Mormon" which they also view as God's Word, along with the bible. Mormons believe that God still calls prophets and apostles to guide his… Read More
Mormon women get into heaven in the same way that Mormon men get into heaven - by dying. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that there are three levels of heaven, each with different requirements. *The highest level of heaven, the Celestial Kingdom, is the place where God the Father and Jesus Christ live. In order to enter this kingdom, one must have faith in Jesus Christ… Read More
No, of course not.
The answer to the question depends entirely upon your personal convictions. Mormons consider themselves Christians and so do many sociologists, but many other people are very protective of the label Christian and believe it should not be applied to groups which don't believe certain things about Jesus Christ. Mormons believe in Jesus Christ as the only name under heaven given to man, whereby they can be saved. They believe their church to be a Restorationist… Read More
Mormons believe in a modern-day prophet to provide revelations about God's will and they say they believe in the Bible and what it has to say (as far as it is translated correctly). They believe faith is based on good works and they strive to be perfect in all that they do. They believe that the KJV of the Bible and the ''Book of Mormon'' go hand in hand and back each other up, according… Read More
Only if they exist. Christians and Muslims believe that both heaven and hell exist, but belief is not proof.
If only Jesus is way to Heaven then what about athor relegionof BeliviersThay can't go to Heaven even they believe the truth?
i dont know but you can go to heaven if you ask for forgivniss and repent your sins and also believe in god and jesus
The only major difference is that Protestants believe if go to heaven you go straight to heaven. Catholics believe for most people you have to go to purgatory before you go to heaven.
Most do yes. The only ones who tend not to are the ones who question their own worthiness or commitment to the faith. To LDS it is as natural as wearing anything else.
that's a great question i believe HEAVEN is only reachable through death and is literately another dimension
No. There are faiths that don't believe in Heaven, as well as people that have no faith at all. There are faiths that think only those of their faith will be in Heaven, all others will be cast out.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) believe that sex is a sacred act meant to take place only between a married husband and wife. Married Mormons are encouraged to have children. Yes, Mormons have sex, but only when they're married.
Yes. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe in heaven. Compared to most other Christian faiths, Mormons have quite liberal views on heaven. Mormons believe that immediately after death, the spirits of all who were righteous followers of Jesus Christ will go to a 'heaven' or 'paradise' to await resurrection. While here, their duty will be to preach to those who were not righteous Christians, who will reside… Read More
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that after death, the righteous will go to a "Spirit Paradise" or heaven and the wicked will go to a "Spirit Prison" or hell. This is a temporary location of our spirits, where we are still able to learn, progress, and make choices. Mormons believe that here, those who have passed on can still have the opportunity hear and accept the… Read More
Only for the ones who believe in them.
Yes, Jesus is the only way, there is no other way.
The answer to the question depends entirely upon your definition of "Christian." If you define Christians as those who believe in Jesus Christ, then yes, Mormons are Christians. Mormons believe in Jesus Christ as the only name under heaven given to man, whereby they can be saved. They believe their church to be a Restorationist Christian denomination. This means that they are not Catholic, Protestant, or Orthodox, but that Jesus Christ restored his church to… Read More
There is not a physical way to reach heaven. The only way to get to heaven is by accepting that you are a sinner and that Jesus died on the cross for your sins and rose again on the third day. If you truly believe that, you are saved and will go to heaven.
No Islam does not believe that Jesus is messiah they believe that there is no messiah. They also believe that works get you to go to live with God (in Arabic Allah) in heaven. I for one believe that Jesus is messiah that he is the only way to get into heaven and that you have to believe that he died on the cross for our sins so that we might be saved.
Most religions claim that they are the only ones with the complete truth, the Mormons are just one such group that make this claim. Most religious groups have at least one unique belief or combination of beliefs that cannot be found anywhere else, and therefore can claim that these beliefs that set them apart are what give them the complete truth, over other similar faith traditions which have 'some' truth. Whether or not they actually… Read More