Offensive logos have been in the news lately. Logos are being changed and modified to promote greater unity in the world.
The same interest in unity should motivate our LDS scholars to replace their offensive logo, as we'll discuss below.
A few days ago, Quaker Oats announced the new branding to replace the Aunt Jemima brand.
That was one of several logos and brands that changed to respond to complaints they were offensive.
Among Latter-day Saints, there is a logo that many find offensive because it conveys the message that only one theory of Book of Mormon geography is acceptable.
It is bad enough that this contradicts the Church's position of neutrality, but that's not all. It is a brand that actively censors, opposes, and attacks faithful Latter-day Saints who still believe what the prophets have taught about the New York Cumorah.