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Letter: Don Gale right about reforming LDS Church

Published January 14, 2014 1:01 am
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Attention, President Monson and LDS leadership:

How would you like to increase LDS membership exponentially and reclaim inactive members?

Follow the advice of Don Gale's four key changes needed on "modern reality trumps outdated tradition," ("LDS Church needs to adjust to modern realities," Opinion, Jan. 11)

As a 40-year Utah resident and a non-member of "the" church, I found his cogent analysis was absolutely spot on.

Tim Boman

Salt Lake City




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