That’s not important; you can go into any major Christian movement and find strange beginnings.
What is important is the recognition that there is one G-d, and His word given to Moses is true.
Everything else is up to the individual, and his/her relationship with G-d.
Look, Mormonism is not a Christian movement. Mormonism was founded to be anti-Christian. They never even tried to claim they were Christian at all until fairly recently. They wanted to supplant Christianity. And they do not recognize that there is just one God. It’s a completely foreign religion other than the passages Smith borrowed from the bible and edited for his own purposes. It’s fiction.
I gather she isn’t so queasy about proselytizing any more, eh Jim?
Let us know if you become a jew. I’ll have some questions about the old testament.
That statement epitomizes your ignorance of mormonism, which is polytheistic.
I suggest you move to the Religion Forum and start a new thread beginning with your knowledge of mormonism.
"A commentator on this topic said that anti-Semites who desecrate Jewish cemeteries want to destroy even the memory of Jews by breaking their tombstones and other symbols whereby we honor and remember them. He concluded that baptism of the Jewish dead is just a more sophisticated form of breaking tombstones."