See also Fall of Adam and Eve; Natural Man; Sensual, Sensuality
Something that is not spiritual; specifically the word may be used to mean either mortal and temporal (D&C 67:10) or worldly, fleshly, and sensual (Mosiah 16:10–12).
To be carnally-minded is death, 2 Ne. 9:39.
The devil lulls men away into carnal security, 2 Ne. 28:21.
They had viewed themselves in their own carnal state, Mosiah 4:2.
He that persists in his own carnal nature remains in his fallen state, Mosiah 16:5.
All must be born of God, changed from their carnal and fallen state, Mosiah 27:25.
Mankind had become carnal, sensual, and devilish, Alma 42:10.
Those who follow after their own will and carnal desires must fall, D&C 3:4.
Man cannot see God with a carnal mind, D&C 67:10–12.
Men began to be carnal, sensual, and devilish, Moses 5:13; 6:49.