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What did Brad Wilcox say, Racist Comments and Apology Drama Explained


What did Brad Wilcox say, Racist Comments and Apology Drama Explained: Brad Wilcox is feeling the heat of criticism on social media since he made racist comments, Brad is a university professor who recently apologized for his unfair comments. He is a quite famous personality who held various positions in the LDS Church including bishop, scout leader, and member of the Sunday School General Board. Read this article till the end to know about his comments and apology, and this article will let you know about his marital status, parents’ details, and what is his nationality? So keep stay on this page and have a look at the below-placed paragraphs of this blog. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Brad Wilcox

What did Brad Wilcox say?

Brad Wilcox is also known for his writing works and Brad’s one of the well-known books is The Continous Atonement, and he often speaks in the events at LDS Church and has served on Sunday School General Board. In the Young Men General Presidency, Brad was elected as the second counselor on 4th April 2020 and in Brigham Young University he is also working as a professor. But what did he say that led him to apologize for his words to know about it read the further paragraph of this article.

Brad Wilcox Racist Comments and Apology

When the second counselor was responsing in the Young Men General Presidency to a question about why Black church members could not be ordained by the time 1978 he answered that individuals should be asking is “why did whites and other races have to wait by 1829” and he further he emphasized the other examples of waiting in other religions’ timelines. After this, he faced outrage on the internet for which he was responsible and later he published an apology for his statements that branded racism and caused drama on social media. On Monday the leader of international young men for the Jesus Christ Church of Latter-day Saints accepted his fault and apologized for statements that were against black ethnicity in Alpine, Utah during a regional fireside.

The professor of Brigham Young University is married to Deborah G. Gunnell, she has worked as a professional nurse in Guatemala. She always stood beside her husband as she has been seen during many public events standing with her husband. The couple has given birth to four children and they are the grandparents of eight children. But the professor has never spoken about his family background and never shared any kind of information with the media regarding his children. His date of birth is 25th December 1959.

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Amjad Khan
Amjad Khan, Senior Editor (Politics), at Get India News in Delhi, has nearly two decades of experience in covering the wide spectrum of politics and the Prime Minister’s Office.


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