Quote: "[T]hey said that it would be much better if you accepted the doctrines now because there would be less work in the after life for you to do. So – with Christianity I am risking eternal hellfire by not accepting their doctrines but with Mormonism I am only risking a little more work in the afterlife. That settles that for me!"
Reaction: Though the scriptures are ripe with warnings about this kind of thinking, he's got a good point. It leaves a lot out doctrinally (such as the fact that celestial glory requires valiance and not just passive post-mortal acceptance of baptism, and the possibility that a person who knows the church is true but refuses to accept it might not qualify for a second chance), but I think the value of this post is that it recognizes how Mormon belief is much more merciful to the world than the rest of Christianity.