Can Mormons Baptize Anne Frank?

Anne Frank, the Jewish girl whose diary and death in a Nazi concentration camp made her a symbol of the Holocaust, was allegedly baptized posthumously Saturday by a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, according to whistleblower Helen Radkey, a former member of the church.

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They like to try, but it's EXTREMELY anti-Semitic to do so. Not to mention incredibly insensitive.

Right above the door of the city hall thats right in the same square as the mormon temple hangs the star of David while its other christians that say mormons aren't christian. But can you really say that mormons aren't jew?

I lived right in what used to be the jewish community when the jews migrated to Utah while the mormons was building their temple there wasn't a trace of them. What happen to them?

 

Isn't it kind of like abortion though? If the family gives their consent to baptize their dead how can you fight it? Is it up to the rights of religion? Or is it up to the rights of family?

 

It just doesn't sound like it belongs in politics.

You might try Yahoo Answers its been around for a few years now.

 

This place is as dead as its boards were.

CAN Mormons baptize Anne Frank?  Yes, they can.  They can baptize anyone, including you and me, by proxy, if they choose.  They are free under the First Amendment to do so.  SHOULD they baptize Anne Frank or anyone else?  I don't believe they should.  But again, they ARE free to do so in the United States.  And no, there is no comparison between Mormon baptism by proxy and abortion. 

The real question should be. Can Ann Frank, or any of these other dead people they post-humanist baptize consent to said baptism?

Without consent, and actual participation on the part of the person being baptized, it's just mormons being the same old stupid silly mormons we all know and laugh at.

Am I being rude? Yes. But so are they.

Hay. You think I'm crazy? You should hear the voices in my head. Those people have issues.

Little good it'll do'um.. It'll Only bring out the boo birds.

It is an honor that she would doubtless appreciate very much.  It will definitely open doors for her in the eternal sphere but there would be no drawback whatsoever.

This is an act of kindness, not that genocidal atheists can understand what kindness is. 

After all, atheists put Anne Frank to death in Belzen therefore the entire cult is still as brazen, psychotic, and evil, as it was under Hitler -- an atheist just like all other atheists to the very present.

I changed my buddy icon because Physicalist pirated my screen name. Atheists have a way of being obnoxious, but that is because they lack a case. My new buddy icon is the planet Uranus. It will stay so until Physicalist learns his place -- under the front porch.

"It is an honor that she would doubtless appreciate very much. It will definitely open doors for her in the eternal sphere but there would be no drawback whatsoever.

This is an act of kindness, not that genocidal atheists can understand what kindness is.

After all, atheists put Anne Frank to death in Belzen therefore the entire cult is still as brazen, psychotic, and evil, as it was under Hitler -- an atheist just like all other atheists to the very present."

 

Yah but its you protestants that bang on our doors.

 

Ten time more catholics died fighting in that war or they would have faced them consintration camps them selves.

 

It sure did serve your purpose though didn't it?

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