Perhaps because they view the “rebaptism” of their dead, by a group they don’t consider Christian to be sacreligious and disrespectful.
I wouldn’t like it, would you?
posted on 05/02/2008 12:19:13 PM PDT
(To anger a conservative, lie to him. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
I won’t care. They can have at it.
posted on 05/02/2008 12:21:02 PM PDT
(If you aren't part of the solution, there is good money to be made prolonging the problem.)
I don’t know why it really matters. I wouldn’t embrace it and find it crazy, but since I have a Mormon sister, if she outlives me it wouldn’t surprise me if she had me baptized posthumously. I don’t think I will care, and I don’t think it would affect my salvation.
posted on 05/02/2008 1:00:20 PM PDT
(amnesty--an act of clemency by an authority by which pardon is granted esp. to a group of individual)
To: colorcountry; AppyPappy
I think it’s meaningless as well, but I can also see why people don’t like it.
It takes an unmitigated amount of gall to take it on yourself to do something like that, that you believe is real, for (or to) someone you don’t know without their or their relatives knowledge or consent.
posted on 05/02/2008 1:06:46 PM PDT
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To: colorcountry; Utah Girl; Spiff; tantiboh; Grig; Logophile; Rameumptom; Reaganesque
Perhaps because they view the rebaptism of their dead, by a group they dont consider Christian to be sacreligious and disrespectful.
I wouldnt like it, would you?
So I gather you are no longer on the LDS records!:)
posted on 05/02/2008 1:50:49 PM PDT
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