Mormon beliefs about dating
Some have accused Mormonism of preaching white supremacy.
One Mormone doctrine that is not publicly talked about is that if you have dark skin and convert to Mormonism, your skin will become white.
The suggestion that the love bond isn’t as strong between couples and families who are not LDS has been made and, given its absurdity, is hardly surprising that it is one component Mormons would rather keep a secret.
The Earth is 7,000 Years Old While there has been no official statement made by the LDS church stating the age of the planet, many Mormons believe that planet earth is thousands of years old as opposed to the billions of years that is widely accepted by the world of science.
Multiple Heavens Talking about heaven, whilst Christianity believes that there is only heaven, the Mormon beliefs include three heavens that are hierarchical based on how good you were as a human being.
Children Should Not Play with Friends on Sunday In a speech made in St.
Although Mormonism takes this even further by insisting that no TV can be viewed on Sundays and that children are not allowed to play with their friends on the “day of rest”.
Dark Skin Turns White It wasn’t until 1978 when black men could be given priesthood in the LDS church.
Mormon theology is similar to Catholicism in the sense that it proclaims that Sundays must be a day of rest dedicated to God and the family.
According to the website, Life After Mormonism, coffee and tea, and for some families all caffeinated drinks, are prohibited under Mormonism.
(5)Love Isn’t as Strong for Non-Mormons Any religion that suggests that the love felt between spouses and families of “outsiders” is not as strong as those within its own faith is guaranteed to raise eyebrows.
All marriages that take place outside the LDS Temple are considered inferior.
Coffee and Tea is Prohibited As drinking coffee seems to be an integral part of presidential campaigning and being in office, we are sure self-confessed Mormon Mitt Romney found this aspect of Mormonism difficult to adhere to in the 2012 US presidential elections, if he even knew about this lesser known Mormon doctrine that is.