The EFM Feature

Okay, so thanks for all the kind invitations. Apparently, I could have a new hobby going around to LDS churches and teaching Sunday school. Who knew?
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UPDATE, more reader mail:

I think most of us in the LDS Community who are ardent supporters of Gov. Romney and who have been following the EFM blogs appreciate and respect what you are trying to do, which is to convince your fellow Evangelicals (and everyone else) that a vote for Mitt Romney is not a vote for Mormonism but rather a vote for the most qualified, competent, candidate in the field; who’s values exemplify mainstream Christianity but who also happens to be a Mormon. There is a natural tendency to identify with those whose beliefs are of like-kind, so on those occasions when you remind us that you are with us politically but not religiously, some of us may twinge a bit, but let’s remember that the reason there isn’t a web site called “Mormons for Mitt” is because it would be largely ineffectual. You couldn’t be Evangelicals for Mitt and accomplish the good work you are doing if you were, in-fact, with us doctrinally on all issues.


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