Tag: racism

Faithful Disagreement: A Model for the Saints

By William D. Russell THE COMMUNITY OF Christ has faced several divisive issues in recent history, the main ones being racial justice, women’s ordination, and LGBT ordination. Though some of these issues were handled well, we experienced significant fallout over others. The 2013 National Conference in the United States, where same-sex marriage was accepted as …

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Roundtable: Confronting Racism in Mormonism

The following is excerpted from Mormon Matters podcast episodes 79 and 80, “How Can We Truly Confront Racism within Mormon Thought and Culture?,” which can be heard in its entirety or downloaded by visiting www.mormonmatters.org. The podcast conversation took place in early March 2012, within days of the publication of a Washington Post article on …

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