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D. Michael Quinn: “It is also my conviction that God desires everyone to enjoy freedom of inquiry and expression without fear, obstruction, or intimidation. I find it one of the fundamental ironies of modern Mormonism that the same general authorities who praise free agency, also do their best to limit free agency’s prerequisites—access to information, uninhibited inquiry, and freedom of expression.”

See Mark S. Gustavson, “Truth as Meaning: Faithful History and the Interests of the Mormon Church” (Salt Lake City, UT: Sunstone 14, June 1990), 52; J. Frederic Voros, Jr., “Freedom of Speech in the Household of Faith” (Salt Lake City, UT: Sunstone 15, October 1991), 16-22.