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The Mormon church has grown to be more than an American religious denomination.
They are told that when the prophet speaks the thinking has been done. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles "worked closely with" the committee that prepared it, according to an article in the LDS Church's as a "landmark reference work.") Mormons are taught that marriage in the temple is essential to eternal life in the highest level of the Celestial Kingdom (their highest level of heaven).This is held out as the ultimate goal for all Latter-day Saints.It differentiates the Mormons from members of other sects and lends support to the judgment of [Catholic] sociologist Thomas F.O'Dea that the Mormons 'represent the clearest example to be found in our national history of the evolution of a native and indigenously developed ethnic minority "' ( The Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, 1980).As historian Dean May explains, "The Mormons have been influenced subsequently by ritual tales of privation, wandering, and delivery under God's hand, precisely as the Jews have been influenced by their stories of the Exodus.A significant consequence of this tradition has been the development of an enduring sense of territoriality that has given a distinctive cast to Mormon group consciousness.(1)In placing a huge emphasis on the family and taking care of one another, it doesn’t seem surprising that there are approximately 7 million Mormons in the United States and it is the fastest growing religion in North America.(2)In emphasizing family values and involving people in communities, non-Mormons can largely relate to these central aspects of Mormon beliefs.No smoking, no alcohol (not even a little) no coffee (not even decaf), no tea (not even green tea! Do not associate with other non-Mormons (except when engaged in #9 above.)11.Young Men (age 19) are to serve a two year mission to attempt to convert others to Mormonism. They are not allowed to visit family during this time.