Can you answer these questions about Mormonism?
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Last updated: May 2, 2012
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Who created Mormonism?
Joseph Smith
What state has the highest percentage of Mormons?
What is the 10% cut that Mormons give to their church called?
Holy book?
Book of Mormon
At what age are Mormon children baptized?
What is the current Mormon prophet's name?
Thomas S. Monson
What is the highest level of Heaven?
What is the Mormon equivalent of a priest/ pastor?
Who can hold the priesthood in Mormonism?
Men over the age of twelve
What person is at the top of every Mormon temple?
What are (real) Mormons not?
Level 58
May 8, 2012
The last question is kind of vague. There are a lot of things that Mormons aren't for example cannibals, pirates, aliens, etc.
Level 81
Jan 25, 2013
yeah. I tried "black."
Level 21
Apr 30, 2014
I tried "sane", "intelligent", both of them are correct, but not on this quiz.
Level 7
Oct 20, 2014
That is racist and just plain wrong. Mormons can be anyone, race, gender, or age wise. They just need to have the right beliefs.
Level 7
Oct 20, 2014
And that is wrong that Mormons aren't intelligent or sane. I know many Mormons you are quite excelled in education and knowledge, so that is quite rude
Level 42
May 22, 2012
The real name is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Not " Mormonism" Just so you know.
Level 81
Jan 25, 2013
Mormonism is an appropriate name, though really they ought to be called Smithians. Calling the religion Mormonism assumes that the prophet Mormon was a real person and that Joseph Smith really did find golden plates. In the same way it is more accurate to call Muslims Mohametans, as Westerners did for hundreds of years up until pretty recently. Though they prefer to be called Muslisms, the title is actually less accurate and less descriptive. TCoJCoLDS is not just a horrible mouthful, but also falls into this category of being less descriptive and useful, even if the church members themselves would prefer it.
Level 19
May 13, 2014
Actually The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the actual name for the church. They are Christians not Mormons
Level 65
May 31, 2012
Yes, you ought to clarify the last question. Perhaps something along the line of "What controversial practice, once advocated by the prophet, has since been banned in the mainstream Mormon church?"
Level 36
Sep 4, 2012
Technically, Moroni is not on top of every Mormon temple (e.g., Mesa, Laie, St. George, Manti, Logan). Perhaps using the word "most" instead of "every."
Level 81
Jan 25, 2013
So... Joseph Smith was not a (real) Mormon?
Level 7
Oct 20, 2014
Joseph Smith was a real mormon. Are you referring to the fact that he had practiced polygamy? Because if so, he had a reason for polygamy. At the time, men were being killed by persecutors and died, well, a lot. So Joseph Smith got revelation from God to allow polygamy, not because they wanted to do something crazy, but because by men marrying more than one woman these men can provide and help women who had lost their husbands.
Level 46
Jan 20, 2015
Let's clarify all of this 1) Joseph Smith restored the gospel on the Earth, he did not "create" it. 2) We do prefer the title The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. If not that, we prefer LDS, not Mormon. 3) It is Mormonism because Mormon was one of the people to write in our book, The Book of Mormon. 4) On that note, The Book of Mormon is just another testament of Jesus Christ, like the bible. Don't worry, we read that often too. 5) Many LDS people are very intelligent and quite sane. 6) There are members all around the world, making it a mixed race religion. &) Yes we are Christians, we believe in Jesus Christ.

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