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Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21, 22 and 23 and Epilogue Summary

Judy Robertson
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Chapters 21, 22 and 23 and Epilogue Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-one, an anonymous donor who signed a letter to Jim and Judy as "a fellow concerned Christian in spirit" (p. 139), sent a check for $400 to help cover the cost of a booklet on how to witness to a Mormon that the group was preparing. The man felt it was urgent to complete and distribute the information as soon as possible. If the booklet was not completed by a certain date, the person asked that his check be returned to him. Jim and Judy shared the letter and the challenge with the group. Everyone was on board and the booklet was completed on time. When Judy took the booklet to the printers, she found it was going to cost way more than $400 to print. Bill, the printer, looked through the material, agreed with it and volunteered to do...

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