Date: February 05, 2019 01:37PM
Henry Bemis has a great question.https://www.exmormon.org/phorum/read.php?2,2196234,2196468#msg-2196468
I like to think I am able to distinguish the darkness of my own shades of grey when I compare my biases towards Mormonism and places like India and not judge the people here as much different than the many Mormons who have shunned me?
“They wonder why I have converted. They often abuse fellow [Afghan Christians]; sometimes people even throw stones at our homes,”https://www.worldwatchmonitor.org/coe/afghan-convert-to-christianity-flees-but-persecution-follows-him/
No Mormon has thrown stones at my home that I know of...
I love Mormons so it isn't as much an "us" and "them" for me. Mormons know my position. They don't like it but they know it. I don't think I persecute them for their religion. They think I'm rude, mean, and disrespectful towards them when they invite my opinion or I feel prompted by the flow of the conversation to share it.