Mormon Doctrine

Mormon Doctrine

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often called the Mormon Church) is not part of Christian orthodoxy, nor is it a Protestant church.  The orthodox Christian churches evolved from the church organized by Jesus Christ and His apostles.  However, after the...
Fasting Mormonism

Fasting Mormonism

Fasting, a voluntary abstinence from food, has been practiced for centuries as a way for the Lord’s people to humble themselves before Him and increase their ability to receive inspiration and blessings. Mormons today practice the fast for these same reasons; they...

The Nature of God

And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent (John 17:3). Then said they unto him, Where is thy Father? Jesus answered, Ye neither know me, nor my Father: if ye had known me, ye should haveknown my Father...

Tithing Mormonism

The word tithing, or tithe, means a tenth part. The paying of tithing to the Lord and His church has been a commandment for thousands of years. The first record of tithing is found in Genesis 14:20, when Abraham pays tithing to Melchizedek. In the biblical days of the...
Charity Mormonism

Charity Mormonism

According to scripture, charity . . . “is the pure love of Christ,” “suffereth long, and is kind,” “envieth not,” “is not puffed up,” “doth not behave itself unseemly,” “seeketh not her own,” “is not easily provoked,” “thinketh no evil,” “rejoiceth not in iniquity,...
Faq About Mormonism

Faq About Mormonism

(Source: LDS FAQ) Question: Do Mormons believe in Jesus Christ? Answer: “Jesus Christ is the central figure in the doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or LDS Church. Latter-day Saints believe that salvation is possible only through the life,...
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