One of the themes of General Conference was unity, such as these quotations (see below).
“Unity does not require sameness, but it does require harmony.”
“I am greatly concerned that so many people seem to believe that it is completely acceptable to condemn, malign and vilify anyone who does not agree with them.”
Some Latter-day Saints seem to think differences of opinion about Book of Mormon origins and settings are worth arguing about, but I don't. I've been promoting unity for years with these graphics (click to enlarge).
There is no litmus test on these issues. People can believe whatever they want.
One way to handle differences of opinion is through understanding and full disclosure. That's why I encourage people to consider all the facts and the multiple working hypotheses based on those facts.
But the LDS M2C and SITH citation cartels continue to insist on adherence to their ideology instead.
Maybe the latest General Conference will help dislodge intransigence and lead to more considerate and respectful exchanges as we seek to understand one another?