That's because Mormons don't publically baptise. We have no way of knowing how it is done.
They even have baptism for the dead, completely unbiblical.
Yes they do. It is done by total immersion under the water, with the prayer: "Having authority given me of Jesus Christ, I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. "
We have non-members come see Baptisms all the time. We just don't do them during sacrament meeting.
We believe in full immersion, not sprinkling, if that helps.
>>That's because Mormons don't publically baptise. We have no way of knowing how it is done.
Ask and ye shall recieve:
This is the church's instructions, on baptisem.
But simply put, Immersion, and the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost are all in the prayer.
public? go ask your local Ward when the next one is, all are welcome, we just don't pose for pictures while doing it.
Sure they do. You just have to be invited.