Call it the trickle-down effect: Mitt Romney’s bid for the GOP
nomination in the November presidential election has shined the
spotlight on not only his policies and tax returns, but also on his
faith and the millions who practice it.
followers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are
garnering even more attention than when the 2002 Olympics were held in
their Salt Lake City stronghold. In recent weeks, headlines have cropped
up about everything from Mormons’ historic treatment of blacks to their
practice of baptizing the dead. It’s been a double-edged sword for
Mormons, says Bishop Scott Johnson of Freehold Township.
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