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Instead of seeking change from within, Mormon women should start new church

MORMON FEMINISTS like Danielle Miller Mooney, who is part of a group seeking the ordination of women as Mormon priests, would be better off stepping away from their churches than trying to change their attitudes toward women (“Mormon feminists raise their voices,” Page A1, April 5). Her religion — like others — was created by men, not God, and reflects the attitudes toward women that existed at the time of its creation.

The only way women will find true equality is to form their own religions. It’s not clear to me why, after all this time, it hasn’t happened already.

Gary Sanborn

Boston

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