I am 16, and i've broken almost all the rules except no dating before 16, and premarital sex and i am doing perfectly fine without all these rules. i dont usally smoke, drink or do drugs but i have tried them with my parent when traveling to for example to cuba. i believe that yes rules are good, but at one point they go to far. why not wear tank tops etc? in the summer it's warm and it's just comfortabel and if u are so against nature and the body than thats against religion too. i dont have any problems and dont always live by theses rules, because most of them are just normal and dont need to be defined. i just believe at some points it goes too far.
Mormons belief is defined by the bible, the Mormons scriptural canon and the Book of Mormons. The rules present in these books majorly shape how they live their lives. Some of the rules are: no sex before marriage, no alcohol and other stimulants, no swearing using the name of God among others. To know more visit http://www.mormonrules.com/
Mormonism is a religion founded by Joseph Smith, Jr in the 18202. Some of the ordinances that Mormons needs to follow include Baptism after the age of accountability, Confirmation after the Baptism, ordination to the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods for males, Endowment in temples, and Marriage to a spouse.
There are numerous rules that Mormons have to follow. Some of these include: no caffeine, no alcohol, maintaining modesty at all times, no coffee or tea, no swearing, no sex before marriage, and beginning to date only if you are 16 years old and above.