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That doesn’t bode well for marriages lasting through this world, let alone into the eternities.
What makes the Mormon beliefs particularly out of the ordinary is that Mormons dedicate so much time and energy trying to help non-Mormons.
Editor’s Note: Before reviewing this article, please read through our article about the Underground Mormon Genealogy Database, where TSW explores the unusual underground vault – evidence of another unusual Mormon belief that the dead can be baptized as Mormon, and even when they were never Mormon or expressed any desire to be Mormon when alive.
I would find that darling for my daughter, at sixteen, being asked to the prom. My observation is that we are looking for cultural markers within the world of mormonism, sometimes (often?
) more than we are looking at the actual human-being sitting across from us.