is Mormonism still practiced?
Yes it is. In fact, in 2012, the Republican candidate for president, Mitt Romney, was (and is) a Mormon. The home of the LDS church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) is in Salt Lake City, Utah; but there are Mormon houses of worship in many states of the United States, and Mormons send missionaries to share their faith all over the world.
Yes! As of 2013, there are over 14.5 million members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) around the world. Mormon congregations are in every state of the United States and nearly every nation (a handful of strict communist and Middle Eastern nations exluded). The practice of Mormonism has only increased since it was founded in 1830.
There are a number of Muslim countries where a man is allowed to take as many as four wives. Also, in some African countries, polygamy is still practiced. And although Mormonism has outlawed polygamy, there are still some fundamentalist Mormons who broke away from the LDS church so that they could continue to practice plural marriage.
Baptism by proxy, where a living person stands in for a dead one, is a common practice in Mormonism. It was a feature of early Christianity, but has not been practiced since the 4th Century. I can find no sects that do it for living persons, although no doubt there are some fringe groups who do it. It is too obvious an idea to have been missed altogether.
The reasons why people dislike Mormonism vary widely. Most often it is just because people dislike beliefs and opinions that are different from their own. Some people have been misinformed about Mormonism and dislike it because of information which they think is true but actually is not. Still others dislike Mormonism just because it is a popular thing to do, although they may not know much about it. Others are against Mormonism because they were…
Of course voodoo is still practiced today in some cultures its a tradition to practice voodoo some people just do it to make other people miserable well hopefully a 11 yr old girl answered ur question have a good life :P also who cares if voodoo still is practiced the only way u good live a good life is to be with God
Yes; it depends on the religious group. Many Native American peoples continue to follow their ancestral religions. African religions are still practiced--and in India the "indigenous" religion is the main form of religion. Many Japanese still practice Shintoism and many Koreans still practice shamanism.