Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Mark Champneys' Testimony Out of Mormonism Into Christianity


thekingpin68 said...

Rick posted this previously. It is good.

Jeff said...

I found this, which is something I've been wondering about:

Question: Why Do Mormons Research Their Ancestors?

Answer: Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, usually referred to as Mormons, place great emphasis on genealogical research. This is because their Church doctrine states that "saving ordinances" (including baptism, confirmation, endowment, and sealing-marriage) must be made available to every individual who has ever lived. To make these ordinances available to people who did not have the opportunity while living, Mormons identify their ancestors and arrange for baptism and other ordinances to be performed for them by proxy—that is, with a living person standing in for the deceased person—in a temple. Often referred to as temple work, this search for ancestors is an important part of the Mormon faith.


Puritan Lad said...

Excellent. Keep up the Good Work.

Scott (Puritan Lad)

Jeff said...

Thanks, Scott! And thank you for dropping by and leaving a comment! Much appreciated.

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Jeff said...

Please visit my blog to deal with your hate:

Thanks for the offer, but I have no hatred for Mormons.