How, exactly, does that comprise an insult to Jews – or anyone else?

Posted on 03/15/2012


And if there is no eternal life, according to many religions, why does it matter if post-humous baptisms are performed? If you don’t see any validity in our practice of baptism for the dead, why does it ruffle feathers?

As for the notion that the practice comprises an “insult” to Jews, ask yourself the following question: What is more “insulting,” the traditional Christian doctrine that ones failure to embrace Christ dooms Anne Frank and all the rest of us to a perpetuity in hell, or the Mormon notion that there is hope for everyone, even after death?

via A Mormon heaven for us all.

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