Whether something is natural or artificial has nothing to do with something’s goodness or badness.
I’ld like to call the world’s attention to two NPR stories that, in my view, demonstrate that religions will be penalized if same-sex marriage is legalized.
These questions are not fearmongering. They are based in actual events and questions like these are one of the reasons many religious people are concerned about efforts to legalize same-sex marriage.
This incident backs up same-sex marriage opponents’ claim that they will face religious discrimination should same-sex marriage be legalized.
My suggestion is to ask a Mormon about what they believe rather than assuming that all Mormons believe what anti-Mormons tell you. They may believe something different than you do, but they don’t worship the devil.
Mormons, like any other group of people, has its racists. My main contention here is that the theology of Mormonism is not racist and that people who think that other are inferior because of the color of their skin need to repent.
This is just further evidence that anti-Mormon bigotry is increasing and that anti-Mormons are becoming more brazen.
Conservative personality Sean Hannity was removed from the programming of a radio station owned by the LDS Church. Evidently his language was too vulgar. I’m personally glad that the Church is standing by its principles on this one. Let some AM station pick up Hannity. Here’s the link to the article: http://www.rbr.com/radio/25461.html
Lds.org’s newsroom has an excellent article on how religious views are being removed from the public sphere. The article is quoted below in its entirety.