You can't debaptize someone, can you?

The Mormon church has been baptizing the dead for many years. "Baptism for the Dead", Vicarious Baptism or Proxy Baptism is a ceremony where a living person will stand-in for a dead one, and be baptized into the Mormon faith. Many people have become Mormons this way long after they have been dead. It is the origin of their fascination with genealogies.

In addition, many religions baptize children long before an age where they could consent and agree to it. Most are indoctrinated to not fully understand it or to never question it.

It is our belief that the symbol and truth of Debaptism can be made not just for the dead, but for the living as will. Our Debaptizors are trained to seek the soul of all and are empowered to debaptize it through their ordination.