During the Sunday 7 October 2018 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Church), President Russell M. Nelson encouraged members and friends of the Church to stop using nicknames like "Mormon" to refer to the Church or its members. To emphasize that point, he stated that, "To remove the Lord’s name from the Lord’s Church is a major victory for Satan." I'm concerned that many will interpret this statement poorly, with negative practical ramifications.
If Christianity is the religion of pity then Nietzsche was right about it. But too many persons, including both Nietzsche and Christians, interpret the relation between Christian religion and Nietzschean philosophy too uncharitably. A case in point, recently, is an interpretation suggested by Dan Peterson, a fellow Mormon.