for this type of question you need a Clintonesque answer. "I am not involved with the mormon church" works nicely. Don't use jingoistic terms like "active" or legally definable terms like "membership." You are better off using language that allows you to seemingly deny membership, while allowing you the chance to define your exact meaning at a later date if it becomes necessary.
I bill in six minute incriments. I will email you my bill.
I was thinking "I do not consider myself a member" would work. Then, if they asked you to clarify, you could say that you are probably still on the official rolls, but you never go and repudiate the doctrine.You'd need to say both. If you just say you repudiate the doctrine, they might assume you were Daniel Peterson
You two are good.
In another twist on being a member, when becoming a member I was never told how I can resign, how to resign is in the CHI, but I am not to have access to it or read it.
So if I solemnly testify that I am not a member, who is to decide? I think a Judge would have to let it go at that - if the person says they aren't a member, then they aren't a member.
The missioinaries dropped by on the weekend. They wanted to see me, not DW, so I guess they thought about re-activating me. I told them to get an appointment. I guess they will talk to DW next Sunday. She doesn't want them over either so I will be surprised if I see them again. If they do visit, I just may ask them how do I resign my church membership? so that they do not have to waste their time boring me.