Newsweek cover story: Mormon Church’s church, a liberal faith article Mormon Church member David Seltzer wrote in the Mormon Church magazine that liberals are liars and conservatives are liarers.
He said he does not understand how the LDS church could be so conservative, especially on the issues of race and religion.
“I am a Mormon, and I am a liberal, and so I don’t understand why it is the same thing,” he wrote.
“If you are a liberal who is proud of your beliefs, then you are an idiot.
If you are the opposite of that, you are lying.
I am proud of my faith.
I know how to live a good life.”
The LDS church, founded in 1830 by Joseph Smith, is one of the fastest growing denominations in the United States.
The church says it has more than 10 million members, with more than 6 million of those active members who are members of the church’s faith.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the largest U.S. Mormon church with over 25 million members.
The LDS Church also has a significant presence in the media, including The Church News, a newspaper that has a circulation of more than 50 million.