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Mormons also have a strict law of chastity, requiring abstention from sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage and fidelity within marriage.Mormons self-identify as Christian, and some of their beliefs differ from mainstream Christianity.On the contrary, our focus is simply on becoming the best people we can in accordance with God’s commandments. Our willingness to obey His commandments is simply a manifestation of that heart.We believe we will be judged by our adherence to the principle of truth that each individual receives.Mormons believe in the Bible, as well as other books of scripture, such as the Book of Mormon.
They have a unique view of cosmology and believe that all people are spirit-children of God.
Central to Mormon faith is the belief that God speaks to his children and answers their prayers.
Due to their high birth and conversion rates, the Mormon population has grown significantly in recent decades.
We aren’t perfect and we don’t look down on others who have a different value set, but we are willing to sacrifice to be our best.
The list of what people THINK Mormons do is probably longer than the list of things we So far, we’ve only talked about the “Do nots” and none of the “do’s.” So let’s talk about some of the things that we are taught to do in the church.
As a life-long Mormon, I’m asked with frequency what things I “can and can’t do.” That’s always been a little funny of a question to me because I, just like you, can do whatever I want.