Did you notice the source of this--a Brit website, not an American one like Fox News or CNN or MSNBC? Of course, in this world of clicks creating revenue, they could have left off the word "Utah" in the headline so it would appear the US Senate is approving this. A lot of people were very upset when a Mormon ran for President, and they had a lot of good reasons--he was and still is a worthless politician. I don't think marriage is held in very high repute today, so polygamy is not such a hot issue, and thus, this news item is not being covered at other websites. More interesting is the plane from Venezuela stopped in Aruba with phony ID numbers on it.
Diane Chandler wrote: .... Hanson is a member of Millcreek Baptist Church in Salt Lake City, a Southern Baptist congregation of about 25 members. Her ministry is sponsored by the nondenominational Main Street Church in Brigham City, Utah. She's available to speak at churches and ministry groups, and her weekly broadcast is available at www.whatloveisthis.tv.
"Many times we have in our own backyard unreached people. Mormonism and polygamy especially is one of those unreached people groups," Hanson said. "There's a lot of Christians who minister to Mormons, but it seems like up until the past few years polygamy has been more of a circus freak show than a missions field, as far as Christians are concerned."
More common than outreaches to polygamists are ministries to the mainline Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS or Mormons), including the Mormonism Research Ministry (MRM) in Draper, led by Eric Johnson and Bill McKeever....