What is the Mormon religion really about and are they allowed to drink or marry or things of that nature?

The Mormon religion is all about saving souls, beginning with one's own. It is about trying to become like Jesus. It is about learning the way to achieving true happiness and joy in life, and gaining eternal life in the world to come. In relation to the centrality of this theme, God has said, "This is my work and my glory to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of Man." The Church testifies that Jesus is the Christ, and the only means through which a man can be saved.

Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) choose not to consume alcohol and consider it a commandment not to do so.

Marriage and family, on the other hand, form a key part of their religion and lifestyle, and are an institution which, they believe, bring blessings and a happiness that can be found via no other medium.

The Church teaches one about prayer, study, fasting, service to one's fellow man. It teaches us about our first parents, Adam and Eve, of prophets that were upon the, now what we call the American continent. It teaches of Christs visit to them and leaving them with the Holy Priesthood. It teaches us what happens when one does not keep the commandments, that Satan is real and is doing all He can to destroy the work of the Lord.

It teaches the words of Christ "To bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man".

It teaches that man is forever, that this life is but one tiny part of man's total existence and that he can go on from here to greater things.

For further information, please see the official church website at www.Mormon.org.