- The rather uncomfortable irony that while Mormons take umbrage at the exclusion of their faith from the Christian fold, they themselves enjoy blasting Christian creeds and nullifying Christian sacraments;
- The fact that the unique priesthood soteriology of Mormonism lies in the sealing power and not in baptism per se (a baptised Mormon and an un-Mormon-baptised Zoroastrian can, according to orthodox Mormonism, both inhabit the lesser glories, but only one sealed can inherit exaltation);
Should Mormons accept the baptisms of other Christians?
(I can imagine obvious objections. Think outside the box…)