Mormon Stories is no longer “open, honest, respectful”; however, they are now “building bridges.” In the new tagline, that is. In any case, I thought I would highlight John’s interesting post on the topic.
John writes: “Antiâ€™s force the church to be open, honest, and accurate. Antiâ€™s help inspire change within the church. Apologists force the antiâ€™s to be credible, accurate, and thoughtful. They keep antiâ€™s on top of their game, so to speak. In the end, I believe that they are all both fighting for very similar things, and almost united in a common cause.”
An unorthodox view, to be sure, but not an uninteresting one; John’s is a post that should be interesting to anyone involved in apologetics. (However, I have to warn that about one glaring weakness in the post — John mentions Lou Midgley prominently, but does not elaborate on whether there was fondue.)