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Utah leads the nation in the use of antidepressant medication, even as much as twice the national average. Many arguments as to the cause of this can be made, however, one glaring factor not present in other states is the enormous population of Mormons and the culture they live in. More than 70% of the population in Utah are Mormons. We also know that, in general, women tend to suffer from depression more so than men. Therefore, I will focus on the lives of…Continue
Added by Scissors on February 21, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Religion and Politics: Is Mormonism An Abnormal Threat?
“Since it’s inception Mormonism has strived for world domination. It’s wealthy, it’s powerful, it’s very political, and it insists on being called Christian.” (Shwan McCraney, hotm.tv) To understand the gravity and enormous threat of this issue we have to understand the premises on which this church…Continue
Added by Scissors on February 8, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments
Though the documentation is scarce on the inner workings of Mormonism, those who have lived on the inside and then escaped the mental gymnastics used by leaders of the church to keep the rank and file submissive, can easily explain what does get published. No other church on the face of the earth owns retail establishments like the Mormon Church does. The new City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City has been estimated to cost…Continue
During the first week of November, 2010 a flood hit Haiti that left an estimated 1500 people in the city of Leogane without shelter. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints (otherwise know as the Mormons) has a large new chapel in Leogane where many people could have been sheltered, but they were turned away. The Mormon Church prides itself on humanitarian efforts boasting numerous causes and an outpouring of financial resources. Like other missionary groups the church goes…Continue