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Mormon Dead Doctrine

Posted by skiutah on Monday, January 26, 2009

Necro-Baptisms Prevent Global Warming: “It is sufficient to know, in this case, that the earth will be smitten with a curse unless there is a welding link of some kind or other between the fathers and the children, upon some subject or other–and behold what is that subject? It is the baptism for the dead.” God, D&C 128:18

Mormon Under Deadline: “The greatest responsibility in this world that God has laid upon us is to seek after our dead.” Joseph Smith, History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, vol. 6, p. 313

Necro-Polyandry Allowed: “A deceased woman may be sealed to all men to whom she was legally married during her life.” LDS Church Handbook of Instructions

Bring Out Your Dead: “The Lord has an established law in relation to the matter: there must be a particular spot for the salvation of our dead. I verily believe there will be a place, and hence men who want to save their dead can come and bring their families, do their work by being baptized and attending to the other ordinances for their dead…” Joseph Smith, History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, vol. 6, p. 319

Necro-Husband Swapping: “Therefore any ceremony uniting a married woman, for example, to Joseph Smith for eternity seemed adulterous to such people. Yet in any day, in our day, there may be women who prefer to spend eternity with another than their husband on earth.” John A. Widtsoe, Evidences and Reconciliations, p. 343

Necro-Matchmaking Dead End: “We never make matches for the dead in the temples.” Joseph Fielding Smith, Doctrines of Salvation, vol. 2, p. 177

Dead Polygamy: “If a husband and wife have been sealed and the wife dies, the man may have another woman sealed to him if she is not already sealed.” LDS Church Handbook of Instructions

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