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Mormon church apologizes for baptisms of Simon Wiesenthal’s parents

The Mormon Church has apologised for posthumously baptizing the parents of Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal. But the controversy over its un-biblical practice of posthumous proxy baptisms the dead continues.
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Jewish Community Outraged By Posthumous Mormon Baptism Of Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal’s Parents

US Politics / Liberal : Alan Colmes' Liberaland (3 years ago)

The Mormon Church has apologized, said it’s the action of an individual member, and against church policy. Rosa Wiesenthal died at the Nazi death camp at Belzec, Poland (its Nazi guards pictured), in 1942, but Asher was killed years... Read Post

Mormon church in USA apologizes for posthumous baptism of Jews

Religion : FaithWorld (3 years ago)

The Mormon church has apologized for the posthumous baptism by its members of the parents of famed Nazi hunter and Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal. Read Post

Mormons apologize for posthumous baptisms of Wiesenthal's parents

Religion : CNN Belief Blog (3 years ago)

By Moni Basu, CNN (CNN) - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has apologized for "a serious breach of protocol" in which the parents of the late Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal were posthumously baptized as Mormons. The chu... Read Post


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