The only thing is Romney and Huntsman can't be on the same ticket because they're both mormons.
mormons first came to England in 1837, just seven years after Joseph Smith founded the Church in Fayette Township, New York.
His religion is a plus in Nevada, where perhaps a quarter of those voting in the caucuses were mormons.
Nobody Knows demonstrates just how far black mormons have come since the priesthood ban was lifted 33 years ago.
Official teachings and histories were pretty much all that was available to most mormons.
Here came the mormons to found their towns, and later to meet the armed resistance which drove them across the plains.
The mormons there prepared for defence, and sent an appeal to Far West for aid.
I begged him to inform me whether the mormons believed in the Trinity.
mormons were seized and whipped, and their houses were burned.
The Union Pacific was boycotted, and all good mormons forbidden to aid the road in any way.
1830, coined by religion founder Joseph Smith (1805-1844) in Seneca County, N.Y., from Mormon, supposed prophet and author of "The Book of Mormon," explained by Smith as meaning more mon, from English more + Egyptian mon "good." As an adjective by 1842. Related: Mormonism.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints; a religion that originated in the United States in the nineteenth century, with teachings based on the Bible and the Book of Mormon. In Mormon belief, the Book of Mormon was revealed to the founder of the church, Joseph Smith, in the early nineteenth century. When the beliefs of the Mormons brought them into conflict with some of their neighbors, they moved to western territories under the leadership of Brigham Young.
Note: The land the Mormons eventually settled in the West became the state of Utah, where Mormons still form a majority.
Note: The Mormons were once controversial because they engaged in polygamy, but the church no longer sanctions the practice.