This is in response to the deluge of misleading Mormon propaganda that is currently circulating to condone the intrusiveness of LDS baptism for the dead.

There is no evidence that dead people ever accept LDS proxy rites. Over and over, we have heard the LDS justification that the dead can accept or reject posthumous rituals. But as living Mormons reach out for their own ancestry, what gives so many of them the intense urge to meddle with bloodlines and families that do not belong to them, as well?

Helen Radkey

Salt Lake City