They should do what Rev. Moon did - bless all the dead people all at once, and get it over with.
Or what Jesus did; be the great sacrifice for all people and for all time.
Hebrews 10:12 wrote:
But this man, after he had offered one sacrifice for sins for ever, sat down on the right hand of God;
Hebrews ... now that's a book I don't remember the Mormons focusing on. Never came up in a temple prep class. The arrogance of them doing something greater than Jesus, their Lord and Savior, did or could do. Mormon temple work basically says that "Jesus died on the cross to save your body (resurrection) and that was a free gift to all and Jesus suffered in the garden so that He could team up with us to save your soul from the lesser heaven." And yet what does Jesus say?
Matthew 12:6 wrote:
But I say unto you, That in this place is one greater than the temple.
Why would Jesus need a Mormon's temple work to exault someone? He finished it. It's almost as if to the Mormons, Jesus didn't have enough power to do this without the help of a person. It diminishes Jesus and exaults man. It contradicts the Bible.
Why don't Mormons believe the books that they carry around and call scripture? If it's unreliable, cast it off or fix it but they don't ... they carry around the uncorrected version and ignore is mostly unless it seems to support the subject they are talking about.
I think that it's lovely that they have this endless procession of dead people to do temple work for. The weight of billions of dead presses on them. Hopefully some will flee from the endless geneologies.