While many christians do not believe baptism is necessary for salvation, for those that do, how do they reconcile the justice, mercy and love of God for His children who never had a chance to hear about Jesus Christ, let alone be baptized?
Perhaps if these dead were proxy baptized into Jesus Christ, and NOT confirmed into the mormon church and required to undergo OTHER proxy ceremonies before they are "worthy" of reaching the Heaven where God resides, your claim about "holes in theology" would be valid.
posted on 05/03/2008 11:58:36 AM PDT
(FLDS.... making babies with children because their God wants earthly bodies for spirit babies.)
Do you believe baptism is necessary for salvation? If so, how does your faith answer the question?
posted on 05/03/2008 12:36:56 PM PDT
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