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Refugees in LDS History

Refugees in LDS History

This article originally appeared in Mormon Women for Ethical Government on July 17th, 2017. Listen to a new MWEG broadcast by independent historian Ardis Parshall on refugees in LDS church history, from Missouri to Turkey to Lithuania.  This is an important part of...
What do Mormons and Muslims Have in Common?

What do Mormons and Muslims Have in Common?

This article by Stephen Prothero originally appeared on Politico.com on March 7, 2017. It should have been a simple question: Last week, Trump counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka was asked by a radio host whether the president believed that Islam was a religion....
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