Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story - Chapter 1, The Weakness Summary & Analysis

Judy Robertson
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Judy and Jim Robertson and their kids—Janet six and Steve four—traveled to the Arizona farmlands so that Jim could check on the foods being harvested for his Campbell's Soup account. Jim was boasting about Joe Jackson and his family, who were Mormons. Judy had never heard of Mormons before, but Jim assured her that they were very devoted to their religion; in fact, their lives revolved around it. After spending a large part of the summer with the family, Judy began to see their appeal.

Perhaps Judy was more impressed because of a recent experience she had with her own church in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Judy had a conflict with the co-director of the Bible school who accused Judy of trying to change the traditional Bible school program. Jim told her she should have told the woman off...

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