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What are some primary lessons taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints?

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Some primary lessons taught by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are that God created all things, has a flesh-and-bones body, and is one of three separate beings making up the Godhead. Another primary lesson is having faith in Jesus Christ by believing that he is the literal and only son of God, and his death atoned for the sins of the human race. According to About.com, these are the primary beliefs of the Church of Latter-Day Saints.

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The Latter-Day Saints believe that because of Jesus' atonement, everyone eventually experiences resurrection; spirits and bodies are reunited and there is no such thing as death. In Mormon theology, the three separate entities of the Godhead are the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, and they are one in purpose.

There are 13 articles of faith, and each has a primary lesson attached to it. Article 4's main lesson states that aside from faith in Jesus Christ, repentance and immersion baptism are necessary components of Mormon faith. Another is the laying on of hands to receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.

The Latter-Day Saints cite numerous texts to support these lessons, including various books of the Bible and the Book of Mormon.

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