Mormon heartland sees street renamed for homosexual activist

A street in Salt Lake City, Utah has been renamed Harvey Milk Boulevard. The late Harvey Milk was a homosexual activist and a Supervisor (politician) who was murdered along with the San Francisco Mayor George Moscone by Dan White, a former Supervisor, on November 27th, 1978.

It appears that the LDS Church (Mormon) did not fight the name change of the street to Harvey Milk Boulevard.
This is not surprising because the Mormon-owned Marriott hotels are actively promoting the homosexual lifestyle with their “Love Travels” campaign.

Mormonism is a cult, it is not Christianity. It is nothing more than a figment of its founder Joseph Smith’s imagination.

Power, money and influence are very important to the Mormon hierarchy and for some years now they have been seeking to be recognised as a branch of Christendom despite the fact that Joseph Smith taught that all other churches were an abomination.

Some foolish and undiscerning Christians like Al Mohler and Ravi Zacharias have given miry Mormonism a respectability it has not earned and does not deserve by speaking at the Mormon Tabernacle (in the case of Zacharias) and Brigham Young University (in the case of Al Mohler.)

The Mormon Church, it seems, will do whatever it takes to increase and/or maintain its sphere of power and influence and if that means softening its stance on homosexuality and failing to oppose the street name change (for example) and turning a blind eye to the “gay-friendly” antics of Marriott Hotels, that is exactly what it will do.

Click on link below to read about street renaming






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