I wonder whether Paul Ryan knows this?
September 10, 2012 8:48 PM Subscribe
Question: Whether the baptism conferred by the community "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints", called "Mormons", in the vernacular, is valid. Response: Negative.
As a result, unlike non-Catholic Christian denominations, even "the essential properties of marriage, unity and indissolubility, do not achieve that "special stability by reason of the sacrament" that is proper to Christian marriage." The President of the Southern Baptist Convention -- the nation's largest Christian religion -- has essentially said the same thing... and worse. But does this matter to religious voters, or is their fervent faith in the Republican Party shakeable?
This post was deleted for the following reason: This is not a good post for MetaFilter - please make this sort of post somewhere else. Election season is tough enough without this sort of axe-grindy post. This is like election season bingo card MeFi post. -- jessamyn
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