Writers explore nuances of LDS teachings on marriage, homosexuality

by | Jun. 15, 2012

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The intriguing and sometimes controversial relationship between The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the gay community – including those who are both gay and Mormon – has been explored by two prominent online resources this week.

Writing for Slate, an online magazine featuring coverage of current events, politics and culture, Max Perry Mueller asks: "Can you really be gay and Mormon?"

"The answer depends, to some extent, on how you define both these identities," writes Mueller, editor of Religion & Politics magazine and a PhD candidate in religious studies at Harvard University.

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