Mormons perform baptisms on Holocaust victims

Mormons are posthumously baptising Holocaust victims as well as grandparents of public figures like Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Steven Spielberg, despite church rules intended to restrict the ceremonies to a member’s ancestors, according to a researcher who has spent two decades monitoring the church’s massive genealogical database.

The discoveries made by former Mormon Helen Radkey….

Proxy baptisms are tied to a core church teaching that families spend eternity together, but the baptisms do not automatically convert dead people to Mormonism. Under church teachings, the rituals provide the deceased a choice in the afterlife to accept or reject the offer of baptism.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only major religion that baptises the dead….

…proxy baptisms were performed on at least 20 Holocaust victims.

They also were performed on Humphrey Bogart and Marilyn Monroe; the mother of Queen Elizabeth II; and grandparents of Kim Kardashian and Carrie Fisher and US politicians Joe Biden, John McCain and Mike Pence.

Posthumous baptisms are performed at the church’s 159 temples around the globe, mostly by young people. Members are escorted to a decorative baptismal font resting on statutes of 12 oxen. An adult or older teen male reads a short prayer, and the member—representing the dead relative—is immersed in water. Each baptism is recorded in the database.

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2 thoughts on “Mormons proxy baptize dead people — Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, mother of Queen Elizabeth II, grandparents of Kim Kardashian, Carrie Fisher, Joe Biden, John McCain and Mike Pence — LDS the only major religion that baptises the dead

  1. Wow, That information is full of half truths and half lies and garbage. Maybe you should contact a reliable source in the Mormon church to find out what baptisms for the dead is really all about. We do not baptize the dead.

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