The Church of the Latter-day Saints is a spiritual cult that is the oldest and largest in the United States.
The group is not affiliated with any religious group, and has an estimated membership of more than 13 million.
The organization’s members believe that the Bible, and the teachings of its leaders, are divinely inspired.
Its website says that the church believes in a God who has an eternal soul, and that he is the author of the Bible and all of its writings.
But it also says that its beliefs are not endorsed by the Mormon church.
“The LDS Church is a Christian church.
The LDS Church does not teach, condone, or condone the belief that God has a eternal soul.
The Mormons have a long and distinguished history of anti-Mormon activism,” a church spokesman told Business Insider.
The church was founded in 1890 and was officially established by the Prophet Joseph Smith in the 1830s.
The founder, Thomas S. Monson, was the first to become the church’s second president, in 1893.
According to the church, the religion’s first prophet, Joseph Smith, was a polygamist and eventually married an underage girl.
The religion’s second prophet, George Albert Smith, married a 13-year-old girl, but was later excommunicated for marrying a 14-year old girl.
Smith’s third and fourth prophets, Wilford Woodruff and Wilford Thompson, were also excommunicates.
The Mormon Church’s first president, Brigham Young, was also excommunication.
However, the church has been expanding its ranks, becoming more prominent in recent decades.
In 2017, it established the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or the LDS Church.
Its main offices are in Salt Lake City and in Idaho.
In 2018, it announced plans to build a temple in New York City.
The new temple would be the largest church building in the world.
In 2020, the LDS church began an official policy of excommunicating members found to be participating in “cultic practices” or activities, or to have engaged in any form of “sexual immorality, idolatry, or paganism.”
In 2018 it also began an investigation into whether its leaders were engaging in “organized criminal activity.”
The church has faced criticism for not being transparent about the investigations, which include an internal probe by the FBI.
Some have questioned the sincerity of the investigations and have questioned whether there is a link between the church and the crimes.
In January, the FBI said it was launching a counter-insurgency investigation.
“If this is a credible allegation, it would raise serious concerns about the security of our country,” FBI Director James Comey said in a statement.
In a 2017 letter to President Donald Trump, Comey wrote that he was “extremely concerned that a number of the allegations made by members of the Church are true.”
In that letter, Comey said that the FBI has a “deep and longstanding” interest in the church.
According in the letter, the investigation was prompted by the Church’s actions during the 2016 presidential election, and its response to the sexual assault allegations made against former President Bill Clinton.
The FBI is still looking into the sexual misconduct allegations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is now running for president in 2020.
“It is imperative that we find out if there are credible allegations of misconduct, if the Church has engaged in criminal activity, if they are in fact a criminal organization, and if there is any truth to any of the claims,” Comey wrote.
In December, former FBI Director Robert Mueller said that he had recommended that President Donald J. Trump be investigated by the agency for alleged collusion with Russia in the 2016 election.
Mueller said the investigation would likely include a wide range of crimes and “very serious allegations of obstruction of justice, misuse of power and perjury.”
Mueller said in the December letter that he also recommended that the Justice Department bring charges against the president.
“I strongly believe the president should be investigated, because of the seriousness of his alleged conduct and the potential for serious consequences for him and his family, and also because of his potential role in obstructing justice,” Mueller wrote.
Mueller also said that Mueller’s recommendation was made after he heard from the FBI’s Inspector General’s office about its review of the matter.
The Justice Department did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.