I read articles all the time about groups, protests, events I don't agree
with, but do so to stay informed. How is this any different? There are
hundreds of news outlets to pick from. Find one you like...but personally, I
think it's good to read from a variety of sources.
Scientist.........who said they should leave? They simply stated if you
don't like reading about Mormons, select another publication. And
apparently there are a bunch of people who are religious bigots.........and to
those, I do say, leave.
To "the scientist"No one is saying that people need to agree or
shut up. But it is ridiculous to criticize a "Mormon Times" article for
focusing on "Mormons."Would a brick-layer be offended if he read
an article in a carpentry magazine that focused on carpenters instead of
Since this article was published in the "Mormon Times" section of the
DNews it makes sense that it is about Mormons in the Olympics.
Be smart,How very Christian of you. We who are not LDS hear this
sentiment all the time: if you don't like everything about Mormons and
Mormonism, don't criticize, just be quiet or leave!Nice.
bungalowThe Desnews is owned by the LDS church so they commonly have these
articles. If that is offensive then I invite you to either switch news
sources, write a letter to the editor, or get over it.