Larry King - President Gordon B. Hinckley Interview
Taken from the CNN Transcript. Aired September 8, 1998 (Links Added)

KING: Should the church be more forceful in speaking out? I mean, you're forceful here tonight, but maybe -- they've been saying that it's rather than just a state matter, encouraging the state to prosecute.

HINCKLEY: I don't know. We'll consider it.

KING: I'm giving you an idea.


KING: Would you look better if you were...

HINCKLEY: I don't know that we would or not. As far as I'm concerned, I have nothing to do with it. It belongs to the civil officers of the state.

KING: You condemn it.

HINCKLEY: I condemn it, yes, as a practice, because I think it is not doctrinal. It is not legal. And this church takes the position that we will abide by the law. We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, magistrates in honoring, obeying and sustaining the law.

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