Yes we can drink milk.
What is forbidden in Mormonism?
In their daily lives, Saints follow a set of health guidelines Joseph Smith received from God in 1833 called the Word of Wisdom. As interpreted today, this code states that Mormons should abstain from coffee and tea, alcohol, tobacco and illegal drugs.
What beverages are Mormons allowed to drink?
As practiced by the LDS Church, there is no firm restriction relating to meat consumption, but all alcoholic beverages are forbidden, including beer. The LDS Church interprets “hot drinks” to mean coffee and tea.
What drinks do Mormons avoid?
The rules prohibit alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs and coffee and tea. They are based on what church members believe was a revelation from God to founder Joseph Smith in 1833.
Can LDS drink Milktea?
The jelly, milk, fresh fruits, and powders and tapioca are all good to go for mormons. Most will not mix in green or black tea, but if you have concerns you can ask your host. Looking at the average bubble tea, boba or vietnamese smoothy menu the great majority of them are fine for Mormons.
Can Mormons kiss?
Church leaders have stated that outside of marriage “passionate kisses“, defined as “more intense and last[ing] longer than a brief kiss”, and “prolonged kisses that involve the tongue and excite the passions” are “off limits”.
Can Mormons drink Coke?
While many Mormons do avoid caffeinated soft drinks, LDS Doctrine and Covenants – the revelation Mormon prophet Joseph Smith says he received from God — only explicitly forbids the consumption of “hot drinks.”
Why can’t Mormons drink coffee?
Coffee and tea aren’t allowed partly because they are hot. One theory is that they could theoretically burn you, which would be harmful to the body. It is also worth noting that in recent years, studies have shown that hot drinks may cause cancer.