A simple but important word of caution:
We need to be extremely hesitant to label someone as un-Christian based on
disagreements over opinions, beliefs and even, in some cases, actions. We, as Mormons, are called un-Christian by lots of people for those exact reasons. Such a charge too often is a cover for prejudice and ignorance, whether it is leveled against or by us.
Also, just as importantly, there is a HUGE difference between being un-Christian and non-Christian - and, while we generally understand that difference when we think about it, we tend to be more charitable toward those who are non-Christian in regard to whether or not we see them as un-Christian - since our expectations of them are lower in that regard.
Every one of us, inside and outside the LDS Church, is un-Christian by individual definition in someone's eyes - no exceptions.
Edith Russell: Associate Editor
32 minutes ago