Browsing All posts tagged under »Mitt Romney«

Religion, Race And Double Standards

October 29, 2012 by


The arguments against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with respect to its 1849-1978 policy of restricting priesthood ordinations from its black members are not new.  We’ve discussed them before.  Thus, the arguments that Andrew Sullivan makes in his October 23rd article in The Daily Beast are nothing extraordinary.  However, Mr. Sullivan’s biggest […]

The Mormon Moment

October 10, 2012 by


SCOTTIE LEE MEYERS (@thestoresocial) recently did a ride along with some missionaries and details the experience in his article The Mormon Moment. As Mr. Meyers documents his time spent with two LDS missionaries he ties it in to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. A few things need to be addressed about Mr. Meyers facts regarding the […]

The Dark Side of Mormonism

June 10, 2012 by


Michael Kranish and Scott Helman write in Vanity Fair: “But a dichotomy exists within the Mormon Church, which holds that one is either in or out; there is little or no tolerance for those, like so-called cafeteria Catholics, who pick and choose what doctrines to follow. And in Mormonism, if one is in, a lot […]

How Mormon bishops lead

June 5, 2012 by


Here is a piece by Ronald B. Scott called “Mitt Romney: How Mormon bishops lead” that does a pretty good job of explaining what a Mormon Bishop does. It is tied into Mitt Romney, since he was a bishop at one point, but it does a good job regardless of any political plug that Mr. […]

Pastor Andrew Concerned over Support for ‘Mormon Mitt Romney’

June 1, 2012 by


Pastor Steven Andrew of USA Christian Ministries recently wrote an article about Mitt Romney and Mormon beliefs At Mormon Fact Check we are not worried about who you vote for in the coming elections, but that you have facts with which to make decisions. In Pastor Andrew article he made the following statement: As a […]