Setting record straight

Published November 6, 2012 1:01 am
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As I have read Peggy Fletcher Stack's articles through the months, there is little that I agree with. However, "12 myths about Mormons — From caffeine to the Bible to birth control" (Tribune, Nov. 3) was a real contribution! The content was well-thought-out and well-written.

Yes, I am a Latter-day Saint and trust that Gov. Mitt Romney will prevail. The exposure The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints received during the campaign has been both positive and negative. However, Stack's analysis is most helpful to alleviate false and wrongly held views.

Sterling R. Provost


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