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From: Ron Holt <lanai!>
Subject: Re: FAQ
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 90 22:29:37 MDT
In-Reply-To: <ROOTS-L%90101020385781@NDSUVM1.BITNET>

In article <ROOTS-L%> you write:
>On Wed, 10 Oct 90 22:04:53 GMT James E. P. Saari said:
>>It is the place of religion to provide "meaning" and "connection" to a person
>>or a culture. The Church of LDS certainly fills both these needs with the
>>Library! What better way to bring connection than through genealogy, and
>>meaning through the brotherhood/sisterhood of all mankind?
>Gosh James, that sure is special, but it doesn't even come close to answering
>the question. (Sorry if I am stepping on anyone's toes, but I just got done
>flaming on POLITICS and this was the next message.)

As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I can
assure you that James' comments are a quite central to Mormon beliefs
regarding genealogy. And as to your question, I hope I've answered it
in my previous posting.
Ron uunet!lanai!ron
Eyring Inc.+1 801-375-2434 x434

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