Gordon B. Hinckley, known to non-Mormons who have an eye on Mormonism as one who attempted to mainstream the image of the Church and as one who hedged and equivocated when asked public, direct questions about Mormon doctrine, has died. “With the shrewdness of a politician, Hinckley downplayed the more controversial aspects of LDS history.” (>>)
Viewpoint on Mormonism Archives
Join the DiscussionCheck out our comment policy.
CategoriesAfterlife Authority and Doctrine Baptism for the Dead Bible Book of Mormon Brigham Young Christianity Coffee Beans D&C and Pearl of Great Price Early Christianity Early Mormonism Forgiveness Friendship, Interaction, and Evangelism General Conference God the Father Gospel Grace Great Apostasy Jesus Christ Joseph Smith King Follett Discourse LDS Church Marriage and Singlehood Misconceptions Mitt Romney Mormon Culture Mormon History Mormon Leaders Mormon Missionaries Mormon Scripture Mormon Temple Multimedia Nature of God Nature of Man Nauvoo Personal Stories Polygamy Priesthood Prophets Salvation Truth, Honesty, Prayer, and Inquiry Uncategorized Viewpoint on Mormonism Virgin birth Worthiness