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Robert J. Lopez
The morality of 'The Book of Mormon' [Letter]
The morality of 'The Book of Mormon' [Letter]

Last weekend, my wife and I endured a performance of "The Book of Mormon" at the Hippodrome, and we take exception to The Sun's rosy review of the work it described as "unusually entertaining, wickedly funny," and "really a big, old-fashioned musical" ("'Book of Mormon' packs fresh irreverence into traditional musical formula," Feb. 25). Robert Lopez, one of the play's creators, was quoted as saying that "the idea was to highlight how religions justify believing in a righteous God, while suffering like this exists and has always existed." Mr. Lopez implies that religion is ultimately to blame for humanity's...