The difference between being ‘interested’ and ‘curious’ about the Church

In this so-called “Mormon moment,” when everything from Mitt Romney’s candidacy to Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon” seem to be combining to make everyone curious about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we all need to remind ourselves that “curious” is not always the same as “interested.” And we need to teach this distinction to our children.

If you're not a Mormon, and you occasionally wonder or have a question about something in the church, you may not be comfortable with a couple of badge-wearing missionaries to come over to your house and tell you all about Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon.

And if you are a Mormon and someone asks you a question about Romney, you probably ought not to automatically send the missionaries over to see them.

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