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Trib Talk: The line between Mormon discourse and apostasy

Published June 23, 2014 12:56 pm
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The church discipline of John Dehlin, Kate Kelly and others supporting Ordain Women has many Mormons mulling the meaning of the word apostasy and the difference between public questioning of LDS doctrine and apostate activism.

On Monday at 12:15 p.m., Dialogue editor Kristine Haglund and bloggers Neylan McBaine and Natasha Helfer Parker join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to discuss the lines being drawn by LDS Church headquarters, Mormon intellectuals and bloggers when it comes to feminism and other doctrinal issues.

You can join the discussion by sending questions and comments to the hashtag #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+. You can also text comments to 801-609-8059.

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Twitter: @jnpearce Where's the line between LDS discourse and apostasy?

12:15 p.m. Monday • The church discipline of John Dehlin, Kate Kelly and others supporting Ordain Women has many Mormons mulling the meaning of the word apostasy and the difference between public questioning of LDS doctrine and apostate activism. Dialogue editor Kristine Haglund and bloggers Neylan McBaine and Natasha Helfer Parker join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to discuss the lines being drawn by LDS Church headquarters, Mormon intellectuals and bloggers when it comes to feminism and other doctrinal issues. You can join the discussion by sending questions and comments to #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+. You can also text comments to 801-609-8059. › sltrib.com

 

 


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