Is the mythical God Mormo associated with Mormonism?
No. It is coincidence that their names are similar. Mormons do not believe in any mythical gods, only the Judeo-Christian God. Mormonism has no roots in mythology, as it was founded by American Christians in the 1800's.
That I know of but many gods are associated with certain mythical creatures.
In the Satanic bible on the page listing "Infernal Names" the god of the ghouls is named "Mormo!" (a ghoul is an evil being obsessed with the dead). His followers would be called Mormons! Mormons are obsessed with geneologies and Temple rites and rituals for the dead, who they believe can visit the living, and who can convert to mormonism even in the grave. In Chinese, "Mormon" means 'gates of hell.' That is why Mormon… Read More
Hades is the mythical god of the underworld in greek mythology. He is often associated with the Devil.
Because the Olympics started in Greece which is where Zeus and other mythical stories took place.
No, a mythical creature would be big foot, a leperchaun, or a unicorn. God is more of a religious figure. ............................................................................................................................................................................. God - with a capital G - is not a mythical creature He is the creator. He is the God of the Bible. god - with a lower case g - can be mythical. Some are real They are not really gods but spiritual beings that have limited power and are under the sovereign… Read More
If you mean the mythical god "Apollo" then as the god is mythical it was never actually seen.
Any god or goddess whose religion is referred to as "myth" must be considered a mythical god or goddess.
Pagans have a great many pantheons, most of them had gods, goddesses, or spirits that were associated with mining. The Roman god Pluto, the Greek god Hades, The Rainbow Serpent from the Australian Aboriginals, were all associated with mines and mining to various degrees. Hathor the Egyptian goddess was the patron goddess of miners. Gnomes, and dwarves are mythical beings also with mining.
Aries is the mythical Greek god of WAR!
Heavenly Father is God.
Wrestling with God A Three-Way Conversation on Mormonism - 2008 was released on: USA: 18 January 2008 (LDS Film Festival)
The mythical god of wine and theater is Dionysus.
Apollo is both a Greek and Roman god. As a Greek god, he controls the sun. Animals associated with Apollo include wolves, dolphins, deer, swans, cicadas (insects symbolizing music), hawks, ravens, crows, snakes, mice and griffins (the mythical lion-eagle).
Theism. The doctrine or belief in the existence of a God or gods. Mormonism, Catholicism. Both believe in the existence of God.
first he was not a "mythical giant" he was a god and second his name was akayla
Yes, very much so. His actions and his final 'promotion' to demi-god is mythical.
Mars is a mythical pagan god whose home is Olympus.
Loki, the Norse god of trickery.
Loki, the Norse god of mischief.
Fairies are mythical creatures, they do not exist in real life. The origin of the belief in fairies was in ancient times some people believed that everything had a god associated with it. They called them fairies. They are, in actuality, demons, according to the Bible. That is what any god other than the one true God really is, a demon, in other words, a fallen angel. They are not something to be protected.
Odysseus is mythical hero.
Zeus is not real, but is a mythical, madeup God.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia can provide the most accurate information such as the history, stories, time frames, and external links regarding the mythical god of Jupiter online.
Is Mormonism absolute proof that nothing is real only made up concepts of expectations thus nullifying the human experience?
No. This completely goes against the most basic basic concept in Mormonism, which says that there is an absolute truth and God desires His children to seek after it. Mormonism strongly rejects the idea that truth is subjective.
Janus, god of decisions and doorways
Janus who i think was the god of choices
Swedish: Beautiful Mythical Fertility God.
He is the mythical god of light and carried the sun behind his chariot to light the world.
The golden touch is ascribed to Midas, the mythical king of Lydia.
It depends on what you are referring to. Important people in Mormonism are God and Jesus Christ (of course); Biblical prophets (Adam, Abraham, Moses, Isaiah, etc); Book of Mormon prophets; and modern prophets. Aside from God and Jesus, most Mormons might answer Joseph Smith (the founder of Mormonism) or Brigham Young (a very influential early leader). Check out the "Related Links" below, which might help you get an idea of some important people in Mormonism.
As real and as mythical as any other deity you can name. My Take: Some people think all gods are Mythical. General belief is that the pagan gods of old are Mythical and as they are called the pagan gods, most people can't even remember them. So the answer your teacher is looking for Pagan Gods = Mythical God of Christianity not.
The Greek God of Music, Apollo.
Adjectives would include mythical, subterranean.
Is Mormonislam given its name by God in recognition that both Mormonism and Islam are the only true religions as recognized by God?
Well, Mormonislam is not a religion, so... no. But if Mormonislam did exist, that would be a valid explanation. Mormonism and Islam are two very different faiths, it would be almost impossible to combine the two, as they have some very conflicting and incompatible beliefs.
The establishment of missions is best associated with the word God.
The python is associated with the God of Water.
Do people know that mormonism is patterned after militant islam with allah as god and muhammad his prophet and elohim as god and thomas s monson for mormons?
The question is more of a statement that a request for information. However, ignore the emotive and inflammatory style of the question for a moment. This allegation has been made many times, often as a criticism of one or both religions. The debate that surrounds the allegation is a complex and heated one. Understand that there can be only the simplest of responses to the question in a forum such as this. No, people do… Read More
If you're talking about the god Jupiter, then, since 'his' existence itself is mythical, then everything ever said about the god Jupiter is 'mythical' Paul Bunyan, Loch Ness monster and Diogenes' 'honest man' all fall into this same category
Actually there is speculation that God DID make unicorns (As well as dragons and other mythical creatures) however, when the Great Flood happened it was believed that these mythical creatures were not allowed or taken onto Noah's Arc and therefore perished in the floods.
Amun was the mythical god of Egyptians. He was supposed to be the god of air. Around the First Intermediate Period people turned him into the creator.
it means Jove which means Zeus, the mythical Greek god
Same reason Christians believe in God
I guess this isn't a creature, but I guess the god Odin.
Leonardo who? Leonardo da Vinci died in 1519, and Mormonism began in 1830, so he missed the opportunity to be a Mormon by over 300 years. Leonardo da Vinci was a Catholic. Mormonism is a type of Christianity - they believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, they believe that salvation comes through Christ alone, and they use the Bible as the word of God.
One of the basic beliefs of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) is obedience to the commandments of God, including the Ten Commandments. However, the Ten Commandments are not a list of the basic beliefs of Mormonism, they are a list of things that God asks His people to do. Check out the "Related Link" to learn more about Mormonism.
Janus was occasionally led by Carna
Sol was the name of the mythical ancient Roman sun god.
All the solar planets are names after mythical Greek/Roman gods.
Poseidon was a greek god and Odysseus was a greek mythical hero
Actually humans can have healing powers because of god