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Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

Judy Robertson
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Chapters 19 and 20 Summary and Analysis

In chapter nineteen, Judy wanted to tell all her Mormon friends about the truth her family had learned—that the Mormon church was teaching anti-gospel lies. Judy was sincerely concerned that her Mormon friends were dooming themselves and committing themselves to Lucifer. Judy asked for the Lord to help her find a way to help them. In an effort to help the first friends they made in Mesa, Jim and Judy decided to visit Joe and Ellen to tell them why they left the church and how they had found Jesus Christ again. They brought with them a list of Mormon teachings that conflicted with the Bible. But Joe and Ellen were mainly silent during their visit and made no signs that they were willing to open their hearts or minds to Jim and Judy's revelations.

Jim and Judy complied with the...

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