123. LDS Press Conference • Freedom • Diversity • LGBT

Church leaders shared their concerns about the “increasing tensions and polarization” between advocates of religious freedom and advocates of gay rights during a press conference on January 27.  

Elder D. Todd Christofferson, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Elder Dallin H. Oaks, both of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and Sister Neill Marriott of the Young Women general presidency spoke about religious freedom during the press conference.

Topics Addressed:

  • Liberty
  • Right to choose
  • Religious freedom
    Origin of Joseph Smith's view
  • Differing opinions among LDS
  • Homosexual
  • LGBT discrimination
  • Protect all views
  • Joseph Smith's views on slavery
  • Differences among 30,000 bishops

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