Alan Szczepaniak
Alan Szczepaniak voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

You can't volunteer off their records.

AFAIK ... The only way to get them to "erase" you from their records, is to be officially banished/excommunicated from the Church.

But I wouldn't worry about it.  Their records are so messed up, nobody but them takes them seriously.  It's well-known they "pad" their numbers.  Even "converting" people to Mormons … Read more

Alan Szczepaniak
Alan Szczepaniak voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

You can't volunteer off their records.

AFAIK ... The only way to get them to "erase" you from their records, is to be officially banished/excommunicated from the Church.

But I wouldn't worry about it.  Their records are so messed up, nobody but them takes them seriously.  It's well-known they "pad" their numbers.  Even "converting" people to Mormons … Read more

Alan Szczepaniak
Alan Szczepaniak voted up Tom Jackson's answer

You can't control how they react.

Just tell them.

Say that at the moment you don't think Mormonism has a sufficiently complete understanding of our human origin and the nature and purpose of our existence and you need to do some additional investigation.

Then ask them if you have any questions whether or not you can come to … Read more

Alan Szczepaniak
Alan Szczepaniak voted up Tiger Paws' answer

Depends on your age.

If you are still a minor let it ride...

If you are an adult, what you do is your business. You answer to no one but yourself.  Be kind!