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Joe & Josie

Latter Day Saints & Anabaptist
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Josie Binder

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Joe & Josie

Latter Day Saints & Anabaptist
Main figures
Purpose
Morality
Never deny the Holy Ghost. It is worst sin someone could commit and no Mormon has ever been accused of committing it.
Afterlife
Mormons believe that death is a new
beginning. When their physical body dies, their spirit won't. Sometime after death, the spirit and body will be reunited and never be separated again. Everyone will resurrect
Mass
Their church services last 3 hours and their worship style is divided into three parts.
They call it a "Sacrament Meeting"
Holy Places
Founded by Joseph Smith
Been in existence since 1830
Latter Day Saints
(Mormonism)
Associated with this religion
Symbols
Most followers
live in the U.S.
There are 13.5 million Mormons worldwide.
Every two years they have to be interviewed to be a part of the Church
Requirements
There are not allowed to drink tea, alcohol, coffee, or use illegal drugs
Holy Books
The Book of Mormon's
The Bible
Creation
The Pearl of Great Price
Mormon's have a Christian
view of Creation, except that before the earth was created, there was a great council, or meeting, in Heaven.
Their purpose is to live "with God, as God."
All humans are gods and goddesses, that have gained a physical body to live a divine life.

Polytheistic
Mormon's believe that God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost, are three distinct and separate gods.
They are
Holidays
Anabaptist
Been in existence since
the 16th-century
Founded by Ulrich Zwingli
Associated
with this religion
There are 4.5 million Anabaptists worldwide.
Creation
Purpose
Morality
Afterlife
Mass
Holidays
Most followers live in Asia.
Symbols
Holy Books
Main Figures
Christmas, Easter, and Pioneer Day
Pioneer day is when the first group of Mormon pioneers settled into Utah’s Salt Lake Valley in 1847.
Follow the Ten Commandments
and
Special Underwear
Joseph Smith claimed that Christ's second coming would be in Independence, Missouri.
Persecution
In the early 19th century "anti-Mormon's
did not agree with their teachings
and a lot of persecution took
place.
Yes, they do wear special underwear at all times and for the rest of their lives. They believe it will protect them from evil.
The Bible
Jesus, and prophets in the New Testament.
Holy places
Persecution - 1500's
Most fled the Netherlands because of persecution, but if they were caught they suffered the fate of being burned

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Sacraments
Baptism
Confirmation
Communion
Marriage
Ordination to the Priesthood
Sacraments
The Lord's Supper
Baptism
Requirements
They can only be baptized when they are adults.
Before they are baptized they must do a public confession of sins.
and
Anabaptists believe that humans were created to live in a relationship with God, and to try not to break that relationship by sinning
Anabaptists believe that those who trust Christ will have eternal life with God in heaven, and a life that goes beyond the grave.

They believe in nonviolence in all areas of their life, which includes being against the idea of war.
Monotheistic
Some worship in homes or barns, as a reminder to them that God is everywhere, but most worship at a Church.
The Ascension
Easter
Christmas
Pentecost
Church's, temples, and their homes
It is implied that they believe the Christian version of creation, but it was never stated.
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