well I want to know what religion they have and explain a little bit about the rules and stuff in this type of church.
Lulalee - (Wikipedia)
"The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (abbreviated as the LDS Church, often colloquially referred to as the Mormon Church) is the largest denomination originating from the Latter Day Saint movement founded by Joseph Smith, Jr. circa 1830. The church is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has established congregations (called wards or branches) worldwide. Estimates of the church's membership range from approximately 13.5 million (about 6 million in the U.S.) to about half these numbers, depending on how membership is defined.
Adherents are usually referred to as Latter-day Saints, LDS, or Mormons. They view Jesus as the central part of their faith, Latter-Day Saints are generally considered by other faiths to be a non-traditional part of Christianity despite their belief in Jesus Christ as the son of God and savior of the world. . LDS Church theology includes Christian doctrines of salvation only through Jesus Christ  The faith itself views other modern Christian faiths as having departed from the true Christianity of Jesus. The LDS Church includes many traditional Christian doctrines and practices, including the doctrine of salvation through Jesus alone, restorationism (via a restoration of Christ's church given through Joseph Smith, Jr.), millennialism, continuationism, penal substitution, a form of Apostolic succession, rejection of original sin, practice of baptism by immersion, and practice of the Eucharist (referred to as the Sacrament).
LDS Church theology is also different from most traditional Christianity in a number of ways, including disagreement with aspects of the Nicene Creed, belief in a unique theory of human salvation that includes three heavens (referred to as "degrees of glory"), a doctrine of "exaltation" which includes the ability of humans to become gods and goddesses in the afterlife, a strict dietary code called the Word of Wisdom, and unique sacramental ceremonies performed privately in LDS temples, such as the Endowment and sealing ceremonies. The church has an open canon which includes four scriptural texts: the Bible (both Old and New Testament), the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. Other than the Bible, the majority of the LDS canon constitutes revelation dictated by Joseph Smith, and includes commentary and exegesis about the Bible, texts described as lost parts of the Bible, and other works believed to be written by ancient prophets.
Mormons believe that Jesus leads the church through revelation, and has chosen a single man, called "the Prophet" or President of the Church, as Jesus' spokesman on the earth. The President is at the head of a hierarchy which includes a First Presidency of three men, a Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other larger bodies (called quorums) of general authorities, who themselves lead down the chain of command to local congregational leaders. At the local level, these members of the priesthood are men drawn from the laity and work on a purely volunteer basis without stipend. All worthy male members beginning at age 12 are routinely ordained to positions within the church's lay priesthood. Women do not hold positions within this priesthood, but may serve in an array of non-ecclesiastical leadership roles. Both men and women may serve as missionaries, and the church maintains a large missionary program which proselytizes and conducts humanitarian service nearly worldwide. Members, including lay clergy, are asked to donate a full tithe (10%) of their income to the Church.
The LDS faithful observe a health code called the Word of Wisdom in which they abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea, and tobacco. Their moral code includes a law of chastity that prohibits sexual relations outside of heterosexual marriage. LDS faithful donate a 10% tithe on all their income. They also give volunteer service in their local Church. Moreover, all single young men between 19–25 years old who have sufficient health, and many retired couples are encouraged to volunteer up to two years as a missionary to proselytize and/or provide humanitarian service. Unmarried women 21 years and older also may serve as missionaries for 18 months, but it is not considered their duty to do so as it is with the men who are ordained Elders."
They not even Christian.I mean unless your not, be my guest and join.But their teaching is so different fromt the usual denominations that chrsitinaity knows so if you think it willl bring you close to Christ your in for the shock of your life.
They are mormons..and I got nothing against mormons except for their disturbing beliefs that Jesus is Satan's bother and was elected to become what they are now by a vote of heavenly beings council...
Women should stay pregnant all their life...
They will one day be gods and have their own earth to rule...???
You know what I met a mormon spoke to him went down with a fever becaus ei was upset...trust me I dont even get like that talking to satanists...
***You know what I met a mormon spoke to him went down with a fever becaus ei was upset...trust me I dont even get like that talking to satanists... ***
If we had to develop a fever every time we get into contact with all the different religions, I guess we would have developed/evolved a new form of chronic fever disease! The ultimate POWER of the mind hey! ;-)
***They not even Christian.***
Yes they are.
***You know what I met a mormon spoke to him went down with a fever becaus ei was upset...***
No doubt caused by your instability, not by him. Not ALL Mormons are like the polygamist cults you see on TV... don't be so narrow-minded.
***can you possibly leave my personal life out of it...***
...just as soon as you stop letting it affect your rationale. And further still, you could take the time to actually RESEARCH topics (objectively) to see if your opinions are accurate.
can you possibly leave my personal life out of it...what the f*uck do you want from me?
They're Mormons. Just research Mormonism.
thank you all. this helped.