Mormon Temple in Dominican Republic Fuels Controversy by Posthumously Baptizing Holocaust Victim Anne Frank, Says Ex-Church Member

Posted by admin on Feb 23, 2012

Anne Frank — the most famous of all Holocaust victims — has been posthumously baptized at a Mormon temple, fueling the growing controversy over the bizarre practice. The rite was conducted Saturday in a Mormon temple in the Dominican Republic, according to Helen Radkey, an excommunicated church member turned whistleblower.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints practices proxy Baptism — converting Jews, Christians and Muslims to the faith years after they died by ritually dunking a stand-in for the deceased.

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