Question: What is Mormon belief on marriage?

Marriage is essential for exaltation Mormons also believe that marriage is part of the plan of salvation. They see it as essential for exaltation, and believe that unmarried people cannot reach the highest level of the Celestial Kingdom after their death.

What do Mormons believe about marriage and divorce?

Mormon marriages are different from most marriages because they are considered eternal. If a husband and wife are sealed together in the temple, they can be together on into the celestial kingdom. However, the church does have a process for annulment and sees divorce as an unfortunately necessary evil.

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