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To: RnMomof7
"How do you know if the dead husband accepted mormonism in the next life?"

Don't know really, but given the situation I would say it is unlikely.

"And would he not be kept out of the celestial kingdom anyway as he was never through the necsessary ordinances??"

We don't really know at what point the line is drawn and God says you had your chance and don't get another in the spirit world. This guy certainly can't claim ignorance, that's for sure.

If you assume he still qualifies for a chance in the spirit world, and if you assume he truely repented, it would still be possible for him to gain full exhaltation (#79), but the woman who was his wife on earth would not be his wife after death. They married 'till death do they part' and she is not interested in being with him any longer than that.
105 posted on 01/26/2003 1:09:06 PM PST by Grig
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To: Grig
If you assume he still qualifies for a chance in the spirit world, and if you assume he truely repented, it would still be possible for him to gain full exhaltation (#79), but the woman who was his wife on earth would not be his wife after death. They married 'till death do they part' and she is not interested in being with him any longer than that.

That is interesting...so a temple worthy mormon woman who had a non mormon husband. , even if he converted after death would not be his eternal wife? I thought they sealed people after death??

121 posted on 01/26/2003 5:36:20 PM PST by RnMomof7
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