Examples from the Web for mormonism
Mike Tweedy, a government employee in Georgia, resolved to leave Mormonism in 2007.
Only one of them, Mormonism, has taken root and flourished as a true religion sprung from our own native ground.The Tea Party Isn’t a Political Movement, It’s a Religious One|Jack Schwartz|July 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The more exotic Mormonism appears, the less Christian it seems to believers, and the less reasonable it seems to skeptics.
And yes, Mormonism does place an exceptionally high value on belief.
But unlike Scientology, Mormonism also has a hit musical to contend with.
No portrait of Mormonism will prove to be a true likeness which does not depict its twofold features, its iniquity and its thrift.Due West|Maturin Murray Ballou
He received us with generous hospitality, and was soon conversing freely upon all matters relating to Utah, aside from Mormonism.Across America|James F. Rusling
While he was in New York a number of plans were suggested for the overthrow of Mormonism.The Life of John Taylor|B. H. Roberts
And turning away, old Rube spat out a quid of tobacco and his Mormonism together.In the Old West|George Frederick Ruxton
Nor is it in "Mormonism" alone that certain direct material evidences are denied to men concerning divine things.New Witnesses for God (Volume 2 of 3)|B. H. Roberts
British Dictionary definitions for mormonism
Word Origin and History for mormonism
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.