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Mormons in the American MindNeil J. Young

Fascinating article on how Mormons are perceived. I've written on Mormonism before, pointing out that it is seeking to be seen more like a denomination, but is seen by pastors as a different religion (distinct from biblical Christianity) (here, here, here, and here).

Why don't people go to church?Selma Wilson

Selma Wilson has a great article about church. I opined a bit on this after Donald Miller indicated he was not going to church.

Worcester Diocese is guilty of antigay bias, Coakley saysLisa Wangsness

Once again, the legal issues on gay marriage surface. LifeWay Research did some research on this recently.

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Related Topics:Church; Homosexuality; Mormons
Posted:March 18, 2014 at 7:00 am

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