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Megan Phelps-Rope
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The only part of my mother's explanation that really got through to me in the beginning, though, was the overarching theme of it all: that our lives were part of a never-ending struggle of the good guys against the bad. The quarrel of the covenant. This was the eternal conflict between the righteous and the wicked, and we would not back down.
-- Megan Phelps-Roper (chapter 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: Phelps-Roper recalls being taught even when she was a very young child that Westboro members were God's chosen people and that their mission on Earth was to preach the gospel to others and convince sinners of the error of their ways. This indoctrination began so early and it was so consistent throughout her youth and early adulthood that she virtually never questioned it until she was exposed to the beliefs of others on the internet.

I was puzzled. My mother seemed elated at something that sounded so dreadfully...
-- Megan Phelps-Roper (chapter 2 paragraph 2)

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