By Jessica Ravitz, CNN
(CNN) – A Mormon blogger in Florida typed his way into national headlines when he recently went public about facing possible disciplinary action from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
David Twede, who says he’s a fifth-generation Mormon, is the managing editor ofMormonThink.com
, an online publication that invites debate and open discussion about the LDS Church.
At the end of this meeting, Twede says on his personal blog that he was handed a letter, which he has posted online. The letter
, which spells his name incorrectly, requests that he appear before a disciplinary council on September 30. It states that he is being considered for disciplinary action “including the possibility of disfellowshipment or excommunication, because you are reported to have been in apostasy.”