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Loyalty Amoung Mormons (LDS)

The Paradox of Congregational Involvement but Denominational Loyalty: Insights on Latter-day Saint (LDS) Congregations from the 2015 National Survey of Congregations By Matt Evans, Ph.D.

The 2015 National Survey of Congregations provides some interesting insights on Latter-day Saint ("LDS" or "Mormon") congregations.  It shows that Latter-day Saints are highly committed to, and involved in, their local congregations but, paradoxically, they emphasize loyalty to the denomination even more than loyalty to the congregation. These findings contrast with findings about Evangelical and Mainline Protestants. [Read More].




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