interesting. One thing Feldman talked about is how the church is
changing to become more mainstream. He cited as examples of doctrine
changes the dropping of polygamy and giving the Blacks the priesthood.
I guess as a naive member of the church, I thought our doctrine has
remained the same since its inception. Are there other example of
changes in doctrine?
1/15/2008: What Is It About Mormonism?
SALT LAKE CITY, UT (2008-01-14) Tuesday on RadioWest, we're asking
whether the presidential campaign of Mitt Romney has revealed a form of
religious bigotry in this country. Harvard professor Noah Feldman has
been writing about the issue. He joins Doug to talk about how Mormon
culture and religion are perceived by mainstream America - and what it
means for the LDS Church's relationship with the Republican Party.
Read Noah Feldman's article What Is It About Mormonism?
in the January 6th New York Times Magazine