I've never heard of a half-Mormon, regardless of his parents' beliefs. One either is or isn't. If he has been baptized into the church, he is a "full" Mormon. If he hasn't, he isn't. An inactive Mormon is called a Jack Mormon, and I have no idea where that term comes from. I doubt he was drinking vodka "for realsies".
Ok, that's all I'll say about his religion....don't want to derail the convo.
Does anyone know about the company of which he is CEO? When he was profiled at the beginning of the season, it appeared that the company was a family-run business. I'm going to speculate he is CEO in title only.
I agree he will probably make it to the final 4. However, I also agree with those who say she probably won't find love in this bunch - although it is fun to play along.
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He may not be a Mormon. Just because his family is doesn't mean he is, baptized or not. He may have a different set of beliefs. I know many people who were raised Catholic and no longer subscribe to that religion.
I still don't see anything attractive about this guy (I just can't get around that "hair"). He looks too much like a little boy - not a man!
After seeing Emily with Arie, I see more chemistry with Arie than with Jef. Actually, compared to Arie, Jef is like a kid. I do not understand though why the camera seems to pan to his face every so often.
Really? I have more faith in keeping the F1 as a secret, than the true love thing. lol That's just me.Originally Posted by ilja
I've seen that more often than not. Some people pick and choose which aspects of their religion they will follow.Originally Posted by CruGirl13
Really? Is that a term for inactive Mormons used by active Mormons or do non active Mormons call themselves a Jack Mormon?Originally Posted by J.D.
Sheldon Cooper: Woman, you're playing with forces beyond your ken
Penny: Yeah, well your Ken can kiss my Barbie.
Like Fanny Mare says, I'm very interested to see the interaction between Emily and Jef when it finally happens! And that has nothing to do with his religion. There just seems to be some connection, despite little one-on-one time.
Also, when I compare with members of other religions, my Catholic friends who are inactive still refer to themselves as Catholic, etc.
So I guess it's all subjective?