Mormon apologetics for baptism for the dead

May 29, 2009 at 12:29 am (Mormonism)

FAILMormon.org discusses the history of baptism for the dead:

In his epistle to the Corinthians, Paul cited the early Christian practice of proxy baptism for the dead as evidence of a future resurrection and judgment. Most non-Latter-day Saint scholars have failed to note the importance of this passage. Some pass it off as an outmoded practice of the early church, while others believe it refers to an apostate or heretical doctrine.

I have just never heard anything about this practice until I had converted to Mormon myself[/url]. I do have to say that conveting to Mormon was quite possibly the worst decision of my life. The church is one evil piece of shit. They record your name and have access to your record until you have your name removed. Also, their leaders and followers are completely untrustworthy. But more on that in a future blog.

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