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Responding to Bloomberg Businessweek  August 31, 2017 – 02:10 am
Hemant Tanna, Chief Financial

When you get right down to it, the root causes of the low quality of media discussion of Mormonism can be reduced to one:  Most people – reporters and commentators most definitely included – neither know nor have thought a great deal about religion, and therefore tend to think about the topic in simplistic terms and with limited or incorrect information. Caroline Winter’s Bloomberg Businessweek story provides a perfect case study how the problem of simplistic thinking and limited information influence and ultimately distort reporting on and discussions of Mormonism.

Winter’s story can be boiled down to two simple questions that are never explicitly asked but nonetheless drive the entire piece: Why does a religion need money? Didn’t Jesus say bad things about money? That’s the essence of the cover gracing this particular issue of the magazine (discussed here), and that’s the essence of the story. They’re interesting questions, and they arise from the debate regarding how to apply Christ’s teachings on money in the modern world as well as thousands of years of financial fraud and abuse by religions organizations and figures. These are thorny, complex issues. Unfortunately, they tend to get reduced down to something along the lines of, “Religion good, money bad, religion with money real bad.”

Source: Mormon American

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