Mormon America - Rev. Ed.
The Power and the Promise
Who Are the Mormons?
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:
- Has over 12.5 million members worldwide and is one of the fastest-growing and most centrally controlled U.S.-based religions
- Is by far the richest religion in the United States per capita, with $25 to $30 billion in estimated assets and $5 to $6 billion more in estimated annual income
- Boasts such influential members as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and presidential candidate Mitt Romney
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