The Mormons were never found or discovered, so I'll assume you mean "founded", not "found".
The Church ofof Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) was founded in 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr. He founded the Church because in 1820 he had prayed to God to ask which church he should join. He received a miraculous visit from God the Father and Jesus Christ, telling him that he should join none of the churches because they had all strayed from the original teachings of Jesus Christ. Over the next 10 years, Joseph received more visions and visitations from Jesus Christ, angels, and Biblical prophets, each restoring to him some knowlege or authority which had been lost since the times. In 1830, he founded the Church, which is meant to be a restoration of the original New Testament Christian Church founded by Jesus Christ.
In short, the "Mormons" were founded because trueand the authority to preach it was not to be found on the earth.
You can watch at 20 minute video about the founding of the Church, as well as read more about how and why Mormons started at the "Related Links" below.
The same reason people settled anywhere else - because they either wanted to live there or they found work opportunities there.
Salt Lake City was the city that the Mormons founded in Utah.
The whole reason why the Mormons traveled to the west was because they were persecuted for their beliefs in the east.
The main reason it was hard for the Mormons to find a place to settle was because of the many persecutions. These persecutions cause the Mormons to be driven out of the land where they had settled. The people persecuting them did not care that it was the property of the Mormon Settlers. They just wanted them out. Another reason was that there were some higher authority people who authorized the people to drive them out, or to kill the Mormons. Those are some reasons why it was so hard for Mormons to find a place to settle.
The Mormons were searching for a place where they could practice their religion in peace and found that place in Utah.
The reason is that they are not members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons).
The Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) primary motivation was to escape religious persecution.
The growth of the Mormons in the area of Nauvoo Illinois caused concern among the locals, leading to violence. In order to preserve the public peace, the government asked the Mormons to leave the state.
God chose Joseph Smith to found the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints(aka mormons).
The area settled or founded by Mormons covered all of present day Utah with parts of Idaho, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, and California. The Mormons proposed that this area be called Deseret Territory.
Mormons and religious issues running up against the US government.
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.
No. Quakers and Mormons are two entirely different Christian denominations. You can learn more about each group at their official websites, found at the "Related Links" below.
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Mormons found Franklin, which was the first permanent settlement, in 1860.
The Mormons, or members of the Church of the Latter Day Saints.
For the same reason anyone flirts - to hint to the person you are speaking to that you are attracted to them! Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called "Mormons") date and have relationships too!
Of the 13,824,854 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) worldwide, 7,785,947 live outside the United States. That is, 56% of all baptised Mormons live outside the U.S. Nations with quite a few Mormons are: Canada 179,801 Mormons (1% of Mormons are Canadian, 0.5% of Canadians are Mormon) Samoa 69,224 Mormons (0.5% of Mormons, 39% of Samoans) Tonga 55,173 Mormons (0.5% of Mormons, 53% of Tongans) Mexico 1,197,573 Mormons (8.7% of Mormons, 1% of Mexicans) Guatemala 220,296 Mormons (1.6% of Mormons, 1.6% of Guatemalans) El Salvador 105,501 Mormons (0.8% of Mormons, 2% of El Salvadorians) Hondouras 136,408 Mormons (1% of Mormons, 2% of Hondourans) Brazil 1,102,674 Mormons (8% of Mormons, 0.6% of Brazilians) Chile 561,920 Mormons (4% of Mormons, 3.3% of Chileans) Peru 480,816 Mormons (3.5% of Mormons, 1.7% of Peruvians) Philippines 631,885 Mormons (4.6% of Mormons, 0.7% of all Philippinos) UK 186,082 Mormons (1.3% of Mormons, 0.3% of all UK) Australia 126,767 Mormons (0.9% of Mormons, 0.6% of Australians) New Zealand 100,962 Mormons (0.7% of Mormons, 2.4% of all New Zealanders) To compare, the United States has 6,038,907 Mormons. That's 44% of Mormons and 2% of all Americans. But you can find Mormons in nearly every nation of the World! The "Related Link" below has a great population statistics map related to Mormon Church membership.
David E. Smith has written: 'Mormons and Evangelicals' -- subject(s): Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Doctrines, Evangelicalism, Faith and reason, Christianity, Mormons
There are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) in every race. There are over 14 million Mormons worldwide, and congregations are found in nearly every country. Check out the "Related Links" to see photos of Mormons from different races.
I do not think Baptists hate Mormons, for they have no reason to. They may have their differences but that is no cause for them to hate. If by chance some do then the fault lies with the Baptist and not the Mormon. Baptist are good people so I think that your question does not help the Baptist but gives credit to the Mormons for they hate no one. I think that only a Baptist can answer your question.
Mormons live in every state. The highest percentage of Mormons is in Utah, and the highest amount of Mormons in in California.
The Mormons had spent 17 years travelling from New York to Ohio to Missouri to Illinois in search of a place where they could practice their religion in peace. Shortly before he was murdered in Illinois, the Prophet Joseph Smith said that his followers would find peace in the Rocky Mountains. After he was killed, the government of Illinois asked the Mormons to leave in order to protect the public peace. Most of the Mormons headed west under the direction of Brigham Young, and found the peace and freedom they were looking for in the Rocky Mountains - what is now Utah.
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The Haun's Mill Massacre occurred on October 30, 1838, beginning at approximately 4 p.m. The reason why the Haun's Mill Massacre occurred is the same reason that the Missouri Mormon War broke out. Essentially the Mormons were quickly becoming the majority, dominating the local economy and politics. Also, many of the Mormons had become quite vocal about the fact that they intended to inherit the entire area from the settlers and create their Zion. This was an annoyance to most Missourians of the time, and they took matters into their own hands to get the Mormons to leave.