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takeTake a look, specifically a, at the last example in the last group - "What do Mormons teach?" and compare it to "What does the LDS Church teach?" can you see the difference? for For the LDS ChruchChurch, there is an official Church position. For what Mormons teach, it is very possible that different members of the LDS Church understand some things differently and might not teach exactly what the official Church teaching is.

Now, with all of that said, I hope you don't get discouraged. Even though there is a vast array of beliefs within Christianity, there is also a remarkable unity on may points. If you're here because your question has been closed, there may be a way to get the question re-opened and get your answer. You'll just need to put in a little effort and decide whose opinion you value. do Do you want a catholicCatholic perspective? Perfect! you You should be able to scope your question that way.

take a look, specifically a the last example in the last group - "What do Mormons teach?" and compare it to "What does the LDS Church teach?" can you see the difference? for the LDS Chruch, there is an official Church position. For what Mormons teach, it is very possible that different members of the LDS Church understand some things differently and might not teach exactly what the official Church teaching is.

Now, with all of that said, I hope you don't get discouraged. Even though there is a vast array of beliefs within Christianity, there is also a remarkable unity on may points. If you're here because your question has been closed, there may be a way to get the question re-opened and get your answer. You'll just need to put in a little effort and decide whose opinion you value. do you want a catholic perspective? Perfect! you should be able to scope your question that way.

Take a look, specifically, at the last example in the last group - "What do Mormons teach?" and compare it to "What does the LDS Church teach?" can you see the difference? For the LDS Church, there is an official Church position. For what Mormons teach, it is very possible that different members of the LDS Church understand some things differently and might not teach exactly what the official Church teaching is.

Now, with all of that said, I hope you don't get discouraged. Even though there is a vast array of beliefs within Christianity, there is also a remarkable unity on may points. If you're here because your question has been closed, there may be a way to get the question re-opened and get your answer. You'll just need to put in a little effort and decide whose opinion you value. Do you want a Catholic perspective? Perfect! You should be able to scope your question that way.

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