Category Archives: Quotation Skills

Quotation Skills – Tikeena Sturdivant

Church doctrine requires every temple baptism to be on record, however,”The Church has no way of knowing whether a person has accepted the baptism and thus does not consider such persons Church members.”

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Quotation Skills — Jon Gonzoph

[Not sure I entirely understand the idea behind this. But if we’re trying to spin the quotes to jive with our views, then this might be sufficient] Despite believing  “that certain sacred sacraments, such as baptism, are required to enter … Continue reading

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Quotation Skills – Jesse Samaritano

Church policy, Purdy added, is that members can request baptisms “only for their own ancestors” and that proxy baptisms of Jewish Holocaust victims “are strictly prohibited.”

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Quotation Skills – Tabitha Corrao

The Church almost never learns about the problems within the church “because the temple baptism process depends on voluntary compliance by millions of Church members around the world.”

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Quotation Skills – Ashley Petit de Mange

The Church is able to tell “whether a person has accepted the baptism,” therefore considers such persons as Church members.

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Quotation Skills – Bill Brooks

Addressing the Jewish concerns the church states that “members had violated Church policy and submitted the names of thousands of Jewish Holocaust victims for temple baptisms”.

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Quotation Skills

Rarely does the perfect quotation offer itself up for us to use right “out of the box.” Sources are notorious for phrasing their remarks awkwardly, or in ways that don’t fit into the sentences we had planned for them, or … Continue reading

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