Yes, I agree the media will ask some ill-informed questions (as you did), but that won’t change Romney’s answer, imo – nor would it change mine if I were running for political office.
You (and the media) can choose to be paranoid and/or inflamatory. You can choose to make decisions that don’t consider the record in business and elected office of all others sharing Romney’s faith. You can choose to ignore the volumes of credible and official doctrine at your fingertips. None of that, however, is a good reason for Romney to turn himself into a religious spokesperson.
He, and you, can look forward to him being probed on every aspect of his religious beliefs. LDS dogma and doctrine will come under an intense global spotlight. I wonder if it can stand up to that without wilting.
I wonder how many will choose to persist in their misconceptions even after seeing what the spotlight reveals.
Can you name one religious tradition that doed not have elements to its beliefs that are so improbable as to deserve to be called "crazy"by a non believer
I find it hard to believe you’re really asking this, but I’ll indulge you: Love your neighbor as yourself.
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