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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.


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No, Mormons do not believe in slavery.

No, they don't. Mormons believe that coffee has so much caffeine in it that you get really addicted to it.

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!

Do Mormons believe in transubstantiantion

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.

No. They believe in peace.

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.

You will have to ask the Mormons in their category on this site.

Mormons believe that they will die and go to one of the three heavens:Celestial (being where God is), Telestial, and Terrestial.

Well, Mormons believe in real life polygamy.......or having multiple wives. So Mormons if you think polygamy is considered cheating.

No, Mormons do not practice polygamy. For more information see

Brigham Young, whom Mormons believe was lead by God.

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 the commandments and teachings of God. Mormons follow many of the traditions that other Christians do as well. Mormons believe in baptism, the laying on of hands, and have a strong missionary tradition. They celebrate Christmas and Easter. They meet together at church on Sunday to worship and participate in the 'Sacrament' (Communion or Lord's Supper). They use many of the same hymns and art as other Christian groups. Like most faiths, Mormons believe that they can recieve personal guidance through prayer. They also believe that God calls prophets to reveal His will on a larger scale. They promote strong moral values and provide charity and humanitarian work worldwide. Check out the "Related Links" below to learn more about what Mormons believe, both what makes them similar and what sets them apart.

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 god.

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 are encouraged to study it daily) -Mormons don't believe in Jesus (Mormons believe that Jesus Christ is their Savior, just like all Christians) -Mormons are cultish (Mormons live and dress and act just like most anyone else in society. They do not live on compunds, etc.) -Mormons worship Joseph Smith (Mormons believe Joseph Smith was a prophet, just like Moses or Abraham, not a god to be worshipped) -Mormons kidnap, brainwash, coerce, etc (Mormons wish everyone to make their own decisions, and define their standards by Scripture) Those who have different opinions and say things that are offensive to Mormons often say: -Mormons are not Christian (Mormons are not traditional Protestant Christians, but they do still believe in the Bible and salvation through Jesus Christ.) -Mormons are lying (Mormons honestly believe they are telling the truth) -Mormonism is a pyramid scheme (Mormons believe in paying a Tithe and in missions work to gain converts, but believe this is Biblically based and do not seek converts for monetary gain) -Mormons are unbiblical (Mormons believe that they are following the Bible very strictly, but the Bible can be interpreted differently by different people) -Mormonism is false (this is obviously just an opinion, but one that is often offensive to those who honestly believe)

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.

Seriously! Mormons are Christians, we believe in Jesus Christ and God!

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 believe in taking care of themselves and because they believe in the Biblical prophesies of calamaties, natural disasters, wars, etc as a signal of Christ's Second Coming. Mormons are motivated to share their faith with others. This is because they believe that they are to futher the work of God on earth, to bring others to Jesus Christ, and to make sure that all people have had an opportunity for salvation. Mormons are motivated to have large families with strong values. This is because they believe that the family is the fundamental unit of society - strong families build strong communities. You can learn more about Mormons at the "Related Link" below.

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 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 of this world.) 4. Catholics and Mormons both believe in pre-existence but Mormons believe that in this way:God has at least 1 wife in heaven,(Heavenly Mother)That wife gave birth to spirit beings (us) and sent the spirit beings to Earth in physical bodies. These are just some differences.There are more.

They believe marriage is for eternity.

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 worship god because we strongly believe in God and want to repay him with all that we can

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.

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