Main | Friday, September 09, 2011

Baptism By Notm Ormon

JMG reader Victor tips us to this Mormon-mocking website, which will baptize anybody whose name you submit. And send you a certificate too.
Proxy baptism, also called vicarious baptism, or baptism for the dead, is the practice of baptizing a person, acting as another person’s proxy, on behalf of another. Got that? We baptize Joe from accounting, who’s acting as say, George Washington’s proxy, and this somehow counts. While almost every major religion decries this practice, we find it a necessity to ensure that every person has the opportunity to accept our gospel, like it or not. It’s not weird at all.
Please don't submit MY name. I'm still trying to get the Catholic Church to debaptize me.

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