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What beliefs are imposed upon Mormons?

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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

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