Can someone explain to me what it means?
Personally, my definition is “Anything that was made up, is false, or intentionally distorts the true history and doctrine of the church.”
If a person’s definition is “Anything that disagrees with me,” or “Anything that makes me feel bad,” there is a good chance they are going to call me anti-mormon. Those definitions aren’t really fair.
I mean, by this definition, learning that Joseph Smith had 33 wives could make the person declare the claim anti-mormon, even when the person making the claim is pro-mormon: BYU professor talks about Polygamy.
You could, in fact, claim anyone is anti-mormon, including Brigham Young (like when he teaches that Adam is God. You don’t like it? Well, it is anti-mormon!).
So let’s just standardize the definition. If you are going to call me “anti-mormon,” you need to point out where my history is wrong, or where something is “intentionally distorted.” Otherwise, it’s just name calling. If someone is going to cite a source as “anti-mormon” in a comment, that’s fine, but I’m going to press them for the same information.
I hope to correct anything that is inaccurate or intentionally misleading so that this site can in no legitimate way be called “anti-mormon.”