Anne Frank baptized in Mormon proxy ritual

Anne Frank was baptized in a Mormon proxy ritual in another case of a Holocaust victim discovered to have been baptized posthumously this month.

Anne Frank has been “baptized” a dozen times by shamless Latter day saints. They make a mockery out of Jesus.

The ceremony reportedly took place last weekend in a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple in the Dominican Republic. It was discovered by Helen Radkey, a former member of the Mormon church who has become a whistleblower on such activity.

Only Mormons have access to the church’s genealogy database, which also can be used to submit a deceased person’s name for proxy baptism.
The discovery comes more than a week after it was discovered that the parents of Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal were posthumously baptized last month. Wiesenthal was a Holocaust survivor who died in 2005; his mother was killed in the Nazi death camp Belzec in 1942.

Posthumous baptism, which is done by proxy, is also known as “baptism for the dead.” It allows members of the church to stand in for the deceased to offer them a chance to join the church in the afterlife.

In 2010, the church agreed after meetings with Jewish leaders to halt the proxy baptisms of Holocaust victims unless the names were submitted by their direct ancestors.

Anne Frank was posthumously baptized at least a dozen times between 1989 and 1999, Radkey told the Huffington Post.
Also last week, the names of the father and grandfather of Holocaust survivor and author Elie Wiesel were found to have been submitted for proxy baptism.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, Wiesel called on Mitt Romney, the front-runner in the race for the Republican presidential nod, to tell his church to stop performing posthumous proxy baptisms of Holocaust victims.

Source: JTA

My comment:

Mitt Romney is a bishop in the latter day saint Church. This Church has no shame, bidding to make departed Holocaust victims members of their religious movement.

It is not strange that Jews find the name of “Jesus” offensive, when God mockers and wicked people misuse His name in this way.

Please, Jewish brothers and sisters of mine. Do not look what people are doing in the name of the Messiah. Look towards Him, God the Son who died for your sins and resurrected.

In regards to baptism:

It is bad enough to make infants who can not object, members of a Church. But the dead and departed souls shall not be consulted. That is to deal in the occult realm.

Biblical baptism is all about immersing alive persons in water. Not by force, but based on their confession of faith in Jesus.

No one can deny that this is the Baptism explained in the New Testament. I find if almost unbelievable that Christians can not read and acknowledge this.

If they refuse to go through the same baptism as Jesus went through, they bear the risk of not being willing to do so.

If you are not baptized. Go and get baptized.

First published: February 23rd 2012

Written by Ivar

8 thoughts on “Anne Frank baptized in Mormon proxy ritual

    1. dude , dont argue mormons are rogue and a cult.aks ivarf if he can put an article of mormonism vs the bible and just by reading one verse you will know that the mormons are not followers of christ. i use to drink koolaid and now i drink green tea. thanks to jesus christ my lord and and savior.

  1. What is your view on baptism Ivar? How do you see it in relation to salvation?

    I think the emphasis that some have on baptism could be dangerous, if the baptism they focus on is not the one by the holy spirit. I did get baptized after I believed, but I was saved before I was baptized. Abraham did get circumcised after he believed. His belief was attributed him as righteousness, not the actions that followed. Like the importance of a circumcised heart over a circumcised limb stressed by Paul.
    He went as far as saying:

    Galatians 5:2
    Mark my words! I, Paul, tell you that if you let yourselves be circumcised, Christ will be of no value to you at all.

    Would baptism fall under the same category as circumcision?

    1. you take things out of context. do you know what your problem is ,you havent ask god to let you see the truth. if i was you i get on my knees and ask god to reveal the truth through his word and to help you so you dont take things out of context, cause you do not want to be wrong with the word of god and create your own theology.am not going to argued with you and nobody i dont have time to waste time. so read your bible slowly and believe it like is written, dont make your own answer or conclusion cause the word simply tell you how it is and the truth . and just be patient with god for god answers.his answers never contradict his word, never. For now this is a great site that you can learn alot, so lets pray for ivarf so that god protect him and so he can stay faithful.There is only a few people like ivarf in the world that are staying faithful to the word, so like i always say the word of god becomes first and last,but is ok to listen to people that god is using aslong they are not contradicting the word or leading you the wrong way. good webs site, and ivarf stay righteous to your father in heaven an dont go rogue on him,cause we surely living in bad times , there only few churches out of this world that are actually teaching the bible the way is supposed to be teach. god bless you all in the name of jesus christ , amen .so be it

      1. I did not mean any disrespect to Ivar, or his site. He is doing a great job, and I hope it brings many people to salvation through Jesus. I agree we live in bad times. It is not my own theology. I am not a theologian. God bless you.
        May you walk in the works God has laid out for you,
        and not your own.

    2. Water baptism is not required for salvation (1 Corinthians 1:17), and cannot be added to salvation, since no works can be added to salvation (Romans 4:5). Water baptism is a symbol of a salvation already received.

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