Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story - Study Guide Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

Judy Robertson
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In chapter thirteen, as den mother for the chapel's Cub Scout troop, two young boys told Judy they saw one of the older boys smoking and that he was a bad person. Judy told the boys that the boy wasn't bad. But, they asked, if he wasn't bad, why wouldn't he be allowed in the temple? That question lingered with Judy.

Another requirement of the church was for each family to have enough food to last a year. Judy wasn't living up to that rule and a friend warned her that she needed to comply. The church wanted its families to be prepared in case of an emergency or natural disaster. A class of genealogy and family exaltation was offered at Sunday School. Genealogy was important because dead relatives were waiting to be baptized by proxy. Judy looked up the subject of genealogy...

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