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Old 02-13-2006, 08:52 PM   #37
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Back on the knocking on doors topic, yes, they still do that. It seems these days though that it's not quite as common as it once was. I run across missionaries in public places more than see them in neighborhoods.

I always took a little pride in some folklore research my sister in law did when she was in college. She contacted most of the major religions requesting materials about their beliefs. From LDS of course she got a Book of Mormon and a Bible. Others sent Bibles, or books about them, pamphlets, whatever they used. JWs came a'knocking a couple days later, and more times afterwards. Others called a few times or sent people by. The Mormons called, asked if she'd received the materials, then asked if she would like someone to stop by to discuss them. She said no, and that was it. No knocks, no calls, they just left her a contact number and said call if she ever had questions or wanted to discuss. She told me she was pretty impressed with the fact that they didn't push.
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