What do Mormons believe so strong?
Mormons believe that the church of Jesus Christ has been restored to the earth by Jesus Christ himself and that the church is led by Jesus Christ through living prophets and apostles. Mormons believe in the bible but the church is directed by revelation from God. Mormons believe that they can know the truth of this and be personally led by their own personal revelation.
Yes, because they believe that they should "love thy neighbor" & are strong in what they believe in, but will always talk to you with open arms!
No, they don't. Mormons believe that coffee has so much caffeine in it that you get really addicted to it.
No, Mormons do not believe in slavery.
No, Mormons believe that Jesus was crucified on a cross, just like most other Christians. Mormons believe and study the Bible throughly, so the accounts there are what we believe. Mormons dont however use the cross as a religious symbol like many other religions... Perhaps you are thinking of the Jehovah's Witnesses? They do not believe that Jesus died on a cross.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) is a branch of Christianity and therefore has many similarities to other Christian groups. For example, Mormons believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior and Redeemer of Mankind. Mormons believe that the Holy Bible is the Word of God and use it as sacred scripture. Mormons believe that they should accept Jesus Christ as their Savior and then follow… Read More
Motivation for what? Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are motivated to do many things and for many reasons. Some that I could think of are: Mormons are motivated to serve others and the Church. This is because they are striving to become like Jesus Christ, who spent his life serving those he came in contact with. Mormons are motivated to prepare for disasters. This is because they… Read More
Do the Mormons believe that The Book of Revelation is true
No, Mormons are suggested to not partake of strong drink, and wine is a strong drink, just like coffee and tea.
Do Mormons believe in transubstantiantion
Well, Mormons believe in real life polygamy.......or having multiple wives. So Mormons if you think polygamy is considered cheating.
Many things that people say against Mormons simply come from someone who is uninformed or has a different opinion. This does not mean that it is bad, but it is often offensive. Those who are uninformed or misinformed often say: -Mormons are polygamist (this practice was banned by the church over 120 years ago in 1890) -Mormons dont believe in the Bible (Mormons consider the King James Version of the Bible as sacred scripture and… Read More
we believe our body is a temple and so we were commanded to keep our bodies clean
No. They believe in peace.
You will have to ask the Mormons in their category on this site.
Do Mormons believe they will be gods and Does Brooke White believe she will be one of the God-wives?
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… Read More
Mormons believe that they will die and go to one of the three heavens:Celestial (being where God is), Telestial, and Terrestial.
Mormons do not believe that quantity of kids has anything to do with salvation. Mormons have more than the average amount of kids because they believe in family. Mormons believe salvation consists of receving all that God has. The idea of Mormons receiving their own planet is a bit of saracsm that is pushed by those who do not like the church.
The Immaculate Conception is a Catholic Doctrine that Mary was preserved from the stain of the original sin of Adam and Eve. Mormon's don't believe that mankind are born under the sins of their parents, so no, they don't believe in the Immaculate Conception. Mormons do believe, however, in what is known as the Virgin Conception or Virgin Birth.
Mormons don't consider them theories, they consider them beliefs. Or, facts. A lot of the stuff they believe has been proved true. Other things have not been proved, but those who are members say that they feel something inside, almost as if an angel or spirit has come inside of them and made them feel so happy. Many Mormons have escaped incredible occurances because they heard a voice warning them of danger. They call this… Read More
No, Mormons do not practice polygamy. For more information see Mormon.org
Brigham Young, whom Mormons believe was lead by God.
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
Seriously! Mormons are Christians, we believe in Jesus Christ and God!
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
no we believe everyone is equal
Conclusion? There hasn't been any conclusion. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) is still going strong and has reported significant growth every year since it began over 180 years ago. Today there are over 14 million Mormons all over the world. The idea of a 'conclusion' for Mormons is an interesting one. Some Mormons might say that the conclusion will be the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, while others would… Read More
Mormons believe that Christ will return to the earth and that ALL people of ALL FAITHS who have strived to live their lives as Christ did will meet Him upon His return.
Mormons do not believe that Christ was born on Christmas day. However Mormons celebrate the birth of Christ on that day and enjoy the season as a time to focus on Christ and to draw closer as a family. Mormons celebrate Christmas the same as most people and strive to make Christ the focus of the season.
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 worship god because we strongly believe in God and want to repay him with all that we can
No. Mormons believe that a marriage should be eternal, so it would make sense to pick the best person as your spouse, but if you do get divorced, there's nothing that says you can't re-marry someone else or simply choose not to re-marry anyone else.
Yes, very much so.
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.
A lot of missionaries for the church are being called to South America. It has a huge population which they believe are strong in faith, simply waiting for teachings to be brought to them. A lot of them cannot afford to leave the continent to come find what they may be looking for, so the church is sending members there.
Well non-mormons think that mormons: are polygamists (aka they have several wifes) are not allowed to have caffeine dont believe in god NONE OF THIS IS TRUE! TRUST ME I AM A MORMON!
the biggest difference is the Mormons (Latter Day Saints) believe in the book of Mormon also Mormons get married in the temple and are baptized at 8 or older
Why do Mormons believe the Bible promise of paying tithes with the promise of blessings so great so as to not have room enough to receive it making it totally useless?
Mormons, like many other religions, believe that, ultimately, everything belongs to God. Tithing is a way to show gratitude and acknowledgment that He is the provider. The phrase, "have no room to receive it" refers to how the reward for paying tithes is so great, that the receiver will be overwhelmed with blessings.
A big no. Mormons who practice plural marriage are excommunicated from the church.
Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) believe both in faith healing, and in seeing their doctor when they're sick. We believe God is capable of healing us, and that he generally does so by allowing physicians, EMTs, and other people to be instruments in His hands. We seek and offer priesthood blessings to help heal the sick.
Mormons like their religion because they have strong faith in the beliefs and standards their religion practices. For more information see Mormon.org
They believe marriage is for eternity.
The doctrines and teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) do not correlate with those of metaphysics. That is, you could not honestly believe in both metaphysics and Mormonism. That being said, Mormons are not 'against' metaphysics. It is a fundamental belief of Mormons that all people should have the freedom to believe and worship as they choose. Mormons recognize metaphysics as a legitimate belief system, just… Read More
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that they are saved by the grace and power of Jesus Christ. Many other Christian groups do not accept this claim and say that Mormons are not really Christians and therefore cannot possibly be saved. Whether Mormons truly are saved is for God to decide. Mormons believe that they are saved, but other Christians believe they are not. Check out the… Read More
Not at all! Latter Day Saints (more commonly referred to as Mormons) believe that everyone has a chance in the after life to repent and go to Heaven.
Not exactly. Mormons believe in God the Eternal Father and in His Son Jesus Christ and in the Holy Ghost. They believe that these beings are three distinct persons, and they believe them all to be divine; however, Mormons direct all of their prayers exclusively to the Father. They never pray to Jesus Christ, and they never pray to the Holy Ghost. Mormons also believe that men and women are destined to be "joint heirs… Read More
Yes! Mormons believe that whoever loves Jesus Christ and follows him will be saved. Jesus said, "if ye love me, keep my commandments." Mormons believe that those who love Christ will keep his commandments, and therefore while eternal blessings come from Christ, most do not come independent of righteousness.
Would a Mormons degree of belief in Jesus cause them to be ressurrected only to the degree in which they believe in Jesus since there are varying degrees of belief and not just believe or disbelieve?
Yes. If your belief is not strong enough then you will only be resurrected as much as you believe. Mormon View: No. Mormons believe that everyone, believers and non-believers, will be fully resurrected after the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Everyone who has ever lived will rise from the dead and their spirits will receive perfected bodies before the Final Judgement. The difference is in when they will be resurrected. It is believed that the… Read More
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) was officially founded in 1830. However, members of the Church believe that their religion is the same as that practiced in the Bible, clear down to Adam and Eve, so some Mormons might say that the Mormons have always been in existance!
Mormons are COMPLETELY different from Catholics, and it is a separate religion. Catholics believe that Jesus is the son of God, and with the Holy Spirit and God IS God itself, so almost like a three in one, which is also why Catholics make the sign of the cross before and after prayers. Mormons also believe that Jesus is the son of God, but that the Holy Ghost, God, and Jesus are three separate beings… Read More