Why Church Leaders Are Saying "Heavenly Parents" Far More Often


What a fascinating look into why our Church leaders are mentioning our Heavenly Parents now far more often than ever before.

Mormonism's "heavenly parents" are getting more earthly mentions from top LDS leaders, especially since the Utah-based faith published an essay last year affirming its belief in a divine mother.

LDS researcher Christian Anderson has been tracking the number of times twice-yearly General Conference speakers refer to heavenly parents.

Among his findings: Conference sermons this year used the term a record 15 times. That's 67 percent higher than the previous mark of nine set in 2013 and 2015.

"Clearly something new is going on," Anderson writes in a blog at theZelophehad's Daughters website.

Lead image from The Salt Lake Tribune.

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