We hope that people will be able to learn from these great examples what role Mormonism truly plays in society and in the lives of its believers.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Claiming that Mormonism has lately been "analyzed, criticized, praised, appreciated, and misunderstood," MormonVoices has identified ten examples of coverage that it views as being accurate, fair, and relevant to the beliefs and practices of today's members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
"At MormonVoices, it's our un-cheerful mission to call out instances of unfair reporting and try to repair the damage done by inaccuracy and bias in the media," explained Scott Gordon, Managing Director of MormonVoices. "We're really glad to have been able to identify so many examples of really well-done reporting, so that readers can see what sources are reliable."
The "top ten" list includes examples as diverse as major newspaper pieces, an hour-long network news broadcast, an Evangelical religion blog, an international perspective from the BBC, a first-person account from an Episcopal priest, and a higher education journal.
The article has been published both on the Religion News Service's website and at MormonVoices. Links are provided to the articles in hope that many will visit them and learn more about Mormons and their faith.
"The 'Mormon Moment' has provided such a tidal wave of information for the public to digest," observed Gordon. "We hope that people will be able to learn from these great examples what role Mormonism truly plays in society and in the lives of its believers. All we want is to have people really know us."
MormonVoices is sympathetic to, but not directly affiliated with, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.