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What are Mormons beliefs about magnets?

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Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that magnets stick to many metal surfaces and are exceptionally useful in displaying various objects on refrigerators.

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Uhhh... sure? There are nearly 14 million members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) around the world. Most of them use magnets. Some of them probably collect magnets. The Church and it's members have no beliefs or doctrines about magnets.


The beliefs of the early Mormons were essentially the same as the beliefs of Mormons today. The way these beliefs are practiced and what beliefs are emphasized have changed over time to be more relevant with the lives of modern believers, but the doctrines remain the same. The basic beliefs of Mormons can be found at discover.mormon.org.


They aren't.Another AnswerYou are thinking of the internet meme that's out there that is from the Insane Clown Posse and their song Miracles. Somehow this meme and song has twisted itself into a meme about Mormons and Magnets. However, Mormons have no fear about magnets or internet memes either.


Because you know how magnets work.


They don't, but we're starting to get annoyed. Why do people keep asking us Mormons about magnets? They're great, they stick to metal, they hang things on the fridge... whats the big deal? I don't know... someone started asking Mormons about magnets and we don't know why.


They were persecuted for their beliefs


The outcome of the Mormons moving west was that they were no longer percacuted for their religious beliefs.


Radical Mormons are people who are Mormons or share similar beliefs with Mormons, but don't fit in with the mainstream Mormon culture. They are either more liberal or more conservative than most Mormons.


The whole reason why the Mormons traveled to the west was because they were persecuted for their beliefs in the east.


Well non-mormons think that mormons:are polygamists (aka they have several wifes)are not allowed to have caffeinedont believe in godNONE OF THIS IS TRUE! TRUST ME I AM A MORMON!


Since Mormonism began in 1830, the main challenge Mormons have faced is criticism for their beliefs. At times this has caused violence, and some have even been killed for their beliefs, but for the most part it is just a general unacceptance.


Because non-Mormons were threatened by their religion and that it was beginning so successfully. Also, because non-Mormons were upset with some on the Mormons beliefs. Then once non-Mormons started fighting, Mormons fought back a little, and then moved because they realized this isn't what they were all about.


Mormons like their religion because they have strong faith in the beliefs and standards their religion practices. For more information see Mormon.org


You use magnets. And Mormons have the only know schematics for a laser cannon. Sorry buddy.


Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) tend to be very open about their beliefs. Mormons are excited to share their religion with anyone who is interested. Mormons understand that their beliefs can be different and difficult to understand, and know that their beliefs are often misrepresented and misunderstood by outsiders, so they seek to clarify and correct any misconceptions.If you'd like to see what Mormons say about their beliefs, you can check out their official website, which contains explanations of Mormon beliefs written by typical members: http://www.mormon.orgor you can talk to Mormons online (http://mormon.org/chat) or in person (http://mormon.org/missionaries) or visit a Mormon worship service (http://mormon.org/worship)



The biggest concern about the Mormons for the people of Illinois was their belief in gathering. The Mormons all wanted to live in the same area and establish laws based on the laws in the Bible. The other citizens in Illionois felt threatened that they might become outnumbered by Mormons, and that the Mormons might be able to influence local politics.


We are in many aspects Christian, but many of our beliefs differ from those of traditional Christans sects.


Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) are sometimes targets for persecution because people do not understand them or do not like their beliefs and practices.


No beliefs are "imposed" upon Mormons (or more accurately, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Every person has their free will to accept or reject. If your question is really, What do Latter-day Saints believe? You may find the answer to this question at www.mormon.org


Some of the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are similar, such as their belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the mankind, Baptism is required for salvation, women cannot be in the priesthood, and that the Bible is the word of God. However, the churches are NOT the same and have many beliefs that are very different from one another. For example, Catholics believe in the Trinity and Nicene Creed, Mormons do not. Catholics have nuns and saints, Mormons do not. Mormons have scripture in addition to the Bible, Catholics do not. Mormons believe in modern prophets, Catholics do not.


To find out what Latter day Saints believe aka Mormons. You can visit mormon.org web site and find out. You can also chat live with official representatives of the Church on that site as well.


Mormons don't join the military as its against their beliefs.


The girls in the middle are Mormons. Mormons take their beliefs very seriously.




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