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Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, The Questions Summary

Judy Robertson
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Chapter 2, The Questions Summary and Analysis

Queen Creek, the region where the family was staying, was heavily populated with members of the Jackson family. Joe's sister, Lyn, and her husband, Larry, were very friendly and took Janet and Steve along with their kids to Sunday school. On one occasion, Judy stopped by Sunday school to see what it was like. She was impressed when a little three-year-old stood at the podium and led a prayer for the group. At the chapel, two sixteen-year-old boys led the led the sacrament ritual, passing around bread and water for communion.

Judy was impressed with the Bishop's Storehouse, which was a church-run cannery where grapefruits and oranges from church-owned farms were canned. Church members on welfare manned the cannery's production lines. The women's Relief Society made clothing for needy church members. Judy learned that every Mormon church in the world used...

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