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Published on Jan 27, 2007
Until 1978, no person of African descent was allowed into the LDS (Mormon) priesthood. German Reporter asks LDS President Gordon B. Hinckley why this was the case. His response begs the question of whether Mr. Hinckley can rightly be called a "prophet, seer and revelator". His response also demonstrates the patronizing and paternalistic attitude that many in the LDS Church still adopt toward persons of color.