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  1. I really love inspiring stories like this. Makes me want to get off my butt and do more. I Was a Mother to 2,000
  2. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    Yes, why do you ask?
  3. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    Obviously you know more about her than I do. I didn’t recognize the name, so I couldn’t say much about her.
  4. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    As I said, that looks more like a summary, as the only quoted part is “spirit prison.”
  5. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    So, you consider him an anti-Mormon? I saw no direct quote from him, so I assume the simplistic explanation in the article is the result of a non-Mormon reporter doing a poor job of summarizing.
  6. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    Hmmm. I didn’t see a quote from him on LDS soteriology. Did I miss it?
  7. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    Sounds like a piece of work.
  8. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    I don’t know anything about this woman. I just thought it unfair to assign evil intent to her.
  9. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    So, his career choice makes him an anti-Mormon? Or did he choose his career because he was already an anti-Mormon? I still don’t quite understand what he said that was so wrong/offensive. But then I am, after all, one of those people who can’t leave the church alone.
  10. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    How can we be certain of her motivations? Maybe she believes passionately that she’s doing the right thing.
  11. LDS SSA Policies in Context

    Well said. I can say I'm sorry my tithing dollars and tuition were used on the aversion therapy program and that people suffered. That doesn't mean I feel responsible for what happened. I'm just sorry it happened, and I hope I can be a friend and comfort to anyone who suffered. Blame has nothing to do with it.
  12. My Dad

    My parents are 82 and 80, so I know it's just a matter of time. In the meantime, I am trying to get as much time as I can with them.
  13. My Dad

    I'm so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful way to part with your dad. Best to you.
  14. Here We Go Again-Holocaust Victim Baptisms

    Given that it's his job to study Mormonism, it would seem rather silly to ask him to "leave it alone." From his faculty bio at the University of Tampa:
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