My understanding is that there is no policy. I had always thought that God would
forgive that individual for past transactions providing he/she goes through the
process of rependence. Isn't that what the Gospel is all about, Jesus Christ paid the
price, and that he would no longer remember our sins.
Therefore, I find it inconceivable that the Church would hold something against an
individual if God has already forgiven that individual.
Is it Gods church or man's?
--- Paul Osborne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>What is the general policy regarding people who
>>have committed crimes in the past?
>I'm clueless about the above. But I do know that a man who has been
>divorced even though it was entirely the wife's fault he cannot be a
>sealer in the temple.
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