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Reply to an exit letter

Posted by Denielle on August 08, 1998 at 01:06:58:

Good Exit Letters to Have Your Name Removed from the Mormon Church

Example 1

President R G. C.
______ Stake
______, WA

Dear President ____,

Life as a Mormon (Excerpts of ExMormon bulletin board)

Missionary experience in Europe. (see the bottom of this page for additional Mormon Missionary experiences)

Possible Causal Factor in Apostasy: European Missionary Service?

Posted by Scott Sanders on May 16, 1998 at 17:19:40:

A Mythical Mormon Mission

This story was a sequel which a couple of us created based on cliff hangers from the previously submitted post and this was the result. This was started by a Mr. A. Mr. E is me (Eric). We had both served missions and used that experience in creating this story. The story evolved between the two of us over a few months as we posted. A few definitions are listed for the non-Mormon who has happened to stumble on to this.

2 Nephi Chapter 5 of the Book of Mormon - Metals

I explain in my story that metallurgy in the Book of Mormon was one of the reasons I no longer believe the Book of Mormon to be a story of real people. Here is an article about a portion of the Book of Mormon - metallurgy.

In 2Ne5:5 Nephi and his family and friends separate from the Lamanites 12 years after landing in the Americas. They quickly develop a complex metallurgical culture that other civilizations in history required centuries to create. Here are the cast of characters:

Women and Child Abuse in Mormonism

Subject: My Story - Used with permission

I have been wanting to write this for a long time, I just did not know where to start. I thought that it would be best to start at the beginning. I want to say that this is my experience with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( the Mormon church).

The Mormon Church Hides its True History

The following, along with many other articles on this web site, clearly demonstrates that it is official policy for the Mormon church to hide significant portions of its history to keep the history "faith promoting".


Posted by kumbisala on May 30, 1998 at 18:43:00:

I am always irritated to the point of twitching every time I hear someone who is very depressed (like my mother) say, "The church is my life line. I don't know what I would do without the gospel."

Brief Stories of those Who Left the Watchtower

The paragraphs in this post are from courageous "Apostates" from one of the "One and Only True Churches of God." This was submitted by a member of our ex-Mormon mail list.

These sweet souls have to go through some many similar things as us ex-Mormons.