Mormon church forbids "hot drinks" which have been interpreted to mean tea and coffee. This health regulation gives no deeper understanding as to why these drinks are forbidden. Some members find it to simply be a test of faith and the ability for a member to follow arbitrary rules. Studying early church history shows that members commony drank coffee and there was no rule against it. Seeing policies change can make members question the policy and the leadership because of the change.

Profiles with coffee on their "shelf":

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