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A Mormon is only allowed to have one wife, according to the Book of Mormon. Some Mormons marry and have more than one wife, but this is not accepted by the Mormon Church, which does not accept polygamy or plural marriage.

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Three Wives, One Husband on Channel 4 follows the life of Enoch, who is happily married to wives Catrina and Lillian and is courting a 25-year-old nanny Lydia Rose Why can Mormons have multiple wives?

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How many wives a Mormon can have? Watch more videos for more knowledge How Many Wives Can A Mormon Have At One ... https://www.youtube.com/watch/2IiXFmm4RIA ...

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The 1843 polygamy revelation, published posthumously, counseled Smith's wife Emma to accept all of Smith's plural wives, and warns of destruction if the new covenant is not observed. Emma Smith was publicly and privately opposed to the practice and Joseph may have married some women without Emma knowing beforehand. Emma publicly denied that her husband had ever preached or practiced polyga...

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All LDS are Mormons but not all Mormons are LDS. The standards for numbers of wives varies widely. The LDS can only have one. The AUB can have up to as many as is dictated by their income if they prove that they can support up to six offspring for each wife. This severely limits the number of wives. FLDS I am not sure.

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Let's cover the wives first. All Mormon (LDS) men have one wife. Unless that marriage is ended by divorce or death, they won't marry again. Same can be said for women. In Utah, that number could be 6-8 kids on average, but don't be surprised if there are a lot of 2-4 kid families. Outside Utah, it could be 2-7 kids depending on the family.

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'Everyone who has been married knows it is work and we have that times three.' These are the words of Michael Crawley, a Mormon living in Centennial Park, Arizona, with his three wives. He and ...

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As others have pointed out already, mainstream Mormons are not allowed to have multiple wives under church doctrine, and this has been the case since 1892. (For a portion of the 1800s, this may not have been the case.) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints views polygamy as grounds for excommunication. And of course, polygamy is also illegal under US law.

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It’s Official: Mormon Founder Had Up to 40 Wives. ... then loses his wife to death or divorce, can be sealed to a second wife and would be married to both wives in the afterlife. However, women ...

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Even though he is only living with one wife on earth, the belief is that he will have both wives when he reaches the Celestial Kingdom. Now, there's another issue--only men can be eternally married (or "sealed" to use the Mormon terminology) to multiple women. Women cannot be sealed to more than one man.