Mormon


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Mormon

1. a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, founded in 1830 at La Fayette, New York, by Joseph Smith (1805--44)
2. a prophet whose supposed revelations were recorded by Joseph Smith in the Book of Mormon
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"Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith" is a new biography by historian Thomas G.
Alexander's Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith is a complex, reflective portrait of Brigham Young, the nineteenth-century Mormon leader who brought his flock to Utah, where they found a permanent and prosperous home.
We believe the Bible as the word of God and we also believe another book, the book of Mormon. As the Bible is a scripture written by the early prophets, the book of Mormon is also another book of scripture written by a prophet Mormon.
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Only one in ten Mormon emigrants used handcarts, but of those 3,000 who did between 1856 and 1860, most survived the harrowing journey
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The first wedding gifts my wife and I opened after our Mormon wedding were the ones we had given each other.
Helen Radkey, a Salt Lake City-based independent researcher who has been considering the Mormon practice of posthumous baptisms for two decades, said there are hundreds of examples of Jewish Holocaust victims being baptized in Mormon churches around the world since 2012.
Queen Elizabeth's mother has been baptized as a Mormon. The Queen Mother didn't practice the religion when she was alive: she was a faithful member of the Church of England.