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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In March 2012, the Mormon church, formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sent a letter to its congregations reiterating a 1995 policy that members should only do posthumous baptisms on their own ancestors and forbidding baptisms of Jewish Holocaust victims and celebrities.
The Mormon practice of baptizing the dead has caused controversy before, and in 1995 the church  (http://www.
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The Mormon Church had long told their members that they should obey, honor, and sustain the law of civil governments.
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This biography investigates the life and legacy of James Jesse Strang, an early Mormon leader who was close to Mormon founder Joseph Smith in the middle of the 19th century.
Here Hicks places the infancy of what would eventually become the Tabernacle Choir at the nexus of the paradoxical Mormon dichotomy between the spoken and written word.
There is a feeling in the LGBT Mormon community that they can't trust their leaders.
David Conley Nelson, who describes himself as part of a "typically large Latter-day Saint family," is unsparing of his criticism of German Mormons and of subsequent efforts by the universal church to minimize the historical evidence of their involvement.
Quin Monson trace the evolution of Mormon political preferences from Joseph Smith's 1844 presidential candidacy to Mitt Romney's bid in 2012.
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In examining Mormon reactions to the "new religion" label, I am elucidating the status politics of novelty.