Editor’s Note: Before reviewing this article, please read through our article about the Underground Mormon Genealogy Database, where TSW explores the unusual underground vault – evidence of another unusual Mormon belief that the dead can be baptized as Mormon, and even when they were never Mormon or expressed any desire to be Mormon when alive.
However, many Mormons have pointed out in the comments section that the article is too heavily focused upon things that believe about the Mormon religion which, these people claim, are mostly entirely untrue.
Since the publication of this article, we’ve had a constant barrage of people within the Mormon religion attacking Gabrielle, and attacking Top Secret Writers for the publication of this article.
This is also a belief held by creationist scientists.
Those who believe in a younger planet earth point to examples from the Mount Saint Helens eruption and carbon dating inconsistencies.
The LDS church was founded in 1830 by Joseph Smith.
While Mormons fundamentally identify as Christians, some of their beliefs diverge from mainstream Christianity, such as the central belief that God speaks to children.
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.
There are however many facets of the Mormon religion that are not as “believable” or as easily related to and some that are not publicly admitted to.
Multiple Worlds with Multiple Gods Mormons have a unique view on cosmology and believe that God created many planets and that each planet has its own God.
Unlike true Christianity, Mormon beliefs include the Book of Mormon as well as the Bible.