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  • proper noun Mormonism In Mormon theology, a celestial body considered to be nearest to the throne of God.

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Examples

  • Instead of Elders having to bring up the underwear and the one-time ban on black priests into the 1970s! and the idea of God living out there in the universe near a planet called Kolob and Jews coming to America before Columbus, LDSers can just let you ask if that's true and then give the more nuanced, accurate description of what they believe.

    Michael Giltz: "The Book Of Mormon" -- Why Aren't More People Offended?

  • In case you've missed the well-acted, well-produced spectacle, cue the music: I believe that God lives on a planet called Kolob.

    Lauren Ashburn: Mocking Mormons

  • In one powerful number, I Believe, Price belts out a string of peculiarly Mormon teachings — that ancient Jews sailed to America, that God lives on a planet called Kolob, that in 1978 "God changed his mind about black people" and that the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Mo.

    Mormons find musical 'Book of Mormon' surprisingly sweet

  • In one powerful number, I Believe, Price belts out a string of peculiarly Mormon teachings — that ancient Jews sailed to America, that God lives on a planet called Kolob, that in 1978 "God changed his mind about black people" and that the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Mo.

    Mormons find musical 'Book of Mormon' surprisingly sweet

  • In case you've missed the well-acted, well-produced spectacle, cue the music: I believe that God lives on a planet called Kolob.

    Lauren Ashburn: Mocking Mormons

  • Instead of Elders having to bring up the underwear and the one-time ban on black priests into the 1970s! and the idea of God living out there in the universe near a planet called Kolob and Jews coming to America before Columbus, LDSers can just let you ask if that's true and then give the more nuanced, accurate description of what they believe.

    Michael Giltz: "The Book Of Mormon" -- Why Aren't More People Offended?

  • He believes that God lives on a planet that circles a star called Kolob, and he believes that God is sexually active with the heavenly mother.

    Higher Authority

  • He believes that God lives on a planet called Kolob!

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • They are under the presidence of a Wakyl or prior, but the Ikonómos whom the Arabs call the Kolob, is the true head of the community, and manages all its affairs.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • They are under the presidence of a Wakyl or prior, but the Ikonómos whom the Arabs call the Kolob, is the true head of the community, and manages all its affairs.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

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