Weekly Winners – 09/27/13

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RebeccaMusser.com would like to congratulate our Weekly Winners: Trisha Oler, Stacey McManus, James Boley and Holly Larsen!  Each winner will receive a free copy of The Witness Wore Red, signed by Rebecca.  Way to go!

We’ve been busy with our media tour and had to play catch up by announcing 4 winners! Great news, we have books in stock and all the books for previous winners will be mailed out early next week!

If your name was not selected this time, you are already registered for next week’s drawing! We have plenty of books to give away, so if you haven’t registered for the contest, then be sure to do so by clicking on the form below.

Thank you and have a great weekend! 

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One response to “Weekly Winners – 09/27/13”

  1. Ricky Campeador says:

    To: Rebecca Musser

    I just want to let you know that I am reading your book. As a Mormon myself, this topic touches me very deeply. Just now, I was watching a segment on You Tube. It was Pres. Gordon B. Hinckley’s October 1998 semi-annual Gen. Conference to LDS and non-LDS members alike.
    I quote: “I wish to state categorically: That this church has nothing to do with those practicing polygamy. They are not members of this church. Most of them have never been members. They are in violation of the civil law. They know they are in violation of the law. They are subject to it’s penalties. The church of course has no jurisdiction whatever in this matter. If any of our members are found to be practicing plural marriage, they are excommunicated, the most serious penalty that the church can impose. There is no such thing as a Mormon fundamentalist. It is a contradiction to use the two words together. More than a century ago, God clearly revealed unto his prophet, Wilford Woodruff, that the practice of plural marriage should be discontinued, which means it is now against the law of God.” What these so-called Mormon fundamentalists are doing is wrong. Screwing people and freedom of religion do not equate.

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