Question: Do Mormons believe in birth control?

Birth control is not banned by the Church. However, as having children is essential for the spirit children of God to come to earth, Mormon couples are encouraged to have children. The Church believes that the decision on contraception is one that should be shared by husband, wife, and God.

Can Mormons get birth control?

McConkies popular book Mormon Doctrine stated that all those using condoms or other artificial contraception are in rebellion against God and are guilty of gross wickedness. The BYU Honor Code in 1968 stated that the Church does not approve of any form of birth control. In 1969 the first and only First Presidency

What religions are against birth control?

The Catholic Church is opposed to artificial contraception and all sexual acts outside of the context of marital intercourse. This belief dates back to the first centuries of Christianity.

Do Mormons drink coffee?

Mormons are still prohibited from consuming tea or coffee. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as it is formally known, determined that a reference to hot drinks in religious texts only applied to tea and coffee, not all caffeine products.

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