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Published: Thursday, Jan. 31 2008 12:00 a.m. MST

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I agree let's show the the Mormon way. Let's feed them and add some hot chocolate. What does the Bible say and Jesus Christ say; forgive for they no not what they do.

an LDS saint

Ironically, President Hinckley, the person they're bashing, will implore us to be at least tolerant and at most, to love these people.

Arizona friend

Some days I wish we had a "Freedom From Speech" amendment. I would defend their right to speak, but I would preserve my right not to have to listen to them. And I respect the reciprocol of that too. You don't have to listen to what say, either.

what is their problem?

how can they parade around and say that God hates this and God hates that when truely God hates no one. Im sure many believe that God hates these people but i know he is up in Heaven weeping over how misled these people are and how lost they are. Im no Prophet but this kind of hate saddens our Father in Heaven and we should not hate these people. as Jesus has said, " As I Have Loved You, Love One Another."

was there

Just a heads up, I was actually able to attend the funeral live procedings live. None of my friends or I saw any protestors on site, nor were there any shown on the videos of the funeral procession to the cemetary.


All this Anti Mormon protest is nothing but religion bashing in my view and is not Christian. They should be more Christ like and stop bashing in other religions. This defently goes to Evangelicals

San Antonio, TX

I just gained slightly more respect for LDS Pres. Gordon Hinckley.

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