I’m considering conversion and am curious what the process is

Gramps, I’m considering conversion, and I am curious as to the process that I would have to follow. What I am asking for is a description of the process and an explanation of anything that needs explanation. Thank you in advance. Anonymous, from Michigan PS:...

Why wasn’t the Savior baptized when He was eight?

Question Dear Gramps, Why wasn’t the Savior baptized when He was eight? Since we are to follow His example this is confusing. It is my understanding that baptism was around even before the Savior’s time. If it was, then at what age were people baptized?...

Who would have baptized Adam during mortality?

Dear Gramps, It is my understanding that all saving ordinances are to be done on this earth. If that is true, then that means that Adam had to have been baptized by someone. Who could that have been done by? It would have to have been by a resurrected being...

Is it appropriate to attending “Christenings?”

Dear Gramps, I know a number of members who have attended ‘Christenings’ at the request of friends or family. I have always turned down such invitations as I always think of the statement by Mormon that infant baptism is an abomination in the sight of God....

Alma Held the Priesthood

Dear Gramps, We know that when Alma baptised Helam he already had the authority to baptise,do we have any record of who baptised Alma? Margaret Dear Margaret, Alma was given the authority to ordain and baptize, “And it came to pass that Alma, having authority from...

Mission of John the Baptist

Dear Gramps, Do we know why Jesus was baptized at the age of 30 and not earlier in life? Cam Dear Cam, Nephi explains to us that there are four reasons why Jesus was baptized.  First He was baptized to “fulfill all righteousness.”  Second His baptism showed “He...
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