Does The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have a culture? If so, does the culture consist of only religious elements?
Are things like Family Home Evening and home teaching part of this culture? If so, should we be approaching these things differently than telling people they need to be doing them to make them more spiritual or because they are responsibilities?
Is the culture an American invention? Is it an invention from the Salt Lake valley? Has the shift to a non-USA majority played any role in determining the culture?