A mentally disabled person should attend Mormon Church classes that would best serve him or her. In all cases, the bishop should be referred to in making such decisions.
The human body is a sacred entity that should be treated with great respect, both in life and in death.
In the Mormon Church it is recommended that all verses of a hymn be sung, although the matter is left up to the bishop, according to the circumstances.
If a minor is baptized in the Mormon Church without parental consent, and the parents wish the baptism to be revoked, their demand will be honored.
The Mormon practice of a Personal Priesthood Interview is to allow home teachers to counsel with their piresthood leader on any concerns they may have for those they home teach.
Because of the attitudes associated with scruffy beards, Mormons are encouraged either to be clean shaven or sport a well-groomed beard.
Ward clerks in the Mormon Church are part of bishoprics and so must hold the Melchizedek Priesthood.
Members of the Mormon Church should support the authority of the Lord’s servants in issuing callings.
Mormonism takes no stand on hypnotism for medical purposes. Mormons should not participate, however, in hypnosis demonstrations.
Mormons are encouraged to display uplifiting and inspiring religious art, regardless of the religious affiliation of the artist.