Mormonism: Mormons seem to believe in a judgment day for this earth in which the material souls of the dead will be given a kingdom (. assigned a degree of glory) or left disembodied. However, Mormonism is utterly distinct from Islam and Christianity in that it, in a substantial sense, holds out the possibility of multiple judgment days. Because the Mormons believe the re-embodied material soul can itself progress to a god-like state of intelligence, they also believe that re-embodied souls can become gods and creators of their own worlds upon which they can pass judgment. So in the Mormon faith there may be only a single day of judgment for a given world, but there may end up being multiple gods and so multiple worlds, and thus multiple days of judgment.