Coloring books that allow children to render scriptural characters, even God, in any variety of the Crayola rainbow are being offered to Mormon children.
Heavenly Father in sublime blue, springtime green, yellow, brown, black . . . what does it mean? Would red be merely another possible waxen expression of ethnicity, or is the artist convinced God is angry?
Well, one of the best things about the Creator is that he is, after all, creative. So maybe give the kids a pass on how they address the new coloring books; the idea, according to the LDS Daily website, is to encourage family and individual scripture study.