“‘Love Wins,’ and Charity Loses”

 

Bryggen i Bergen, Norge
The Bryggen area of central Bergen, Norway, is perhaps a hundred yards from our hotel. (Wikimedia CC photo by Fgmedia)

 

Ralph Hancock’s remarks at the 2016 FairMormon conference in Provo, delivered earlier this month, stirred up a bit of controversy.  As always, though, his is an important, thoughtful voice that merits close attention:

 

http://www.fairmormon.org/perspectives/fair-conferences/2016-fairmormon-conference/love-wins-charity-loses

 

He doesn’t do philosophy in slogans or soundbites.

 

Posted from Bergen, Norway

 

 

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