Excerpt from Ninety-Sixth Annual Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Convened in the Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sunday Morning, April 4, 1926
From the time of its introduction into the Scandinavian, and other countries of Europe, people who appear to have been prepared for the gospel before they heard it have joyfully accepted the message which the elders of the Church have carried to them, and the converts who have been gathered out from among those nations have become a pillar of strength to the Church.
To our surprise and regret the friendly relations which have so long existed have recently become greatly disturbed, because of the fact that our missionaries have been refused admittance to Norway, where, before, they had enjoyed the privileges accorded to other religious organizations. Upon inquiry regarding the reason for this' changed attitude we were informed that representatives of the Christian churches of the country, in convention assembled, had passed resolutions to the effect that the Mormon Church is not a Christian organization, and consequently we were not entitled to the privileges, and protection under the law which we have hitherto enjoyed.
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