Adherence to what most evangelicals would regard as a false religion is apparently acceptable under some circumstances, according to the Christian Post:
Christians need to understand that any support for Glatze should not be interpreted as support for the Mormon church. Instead it should be viewed as support for an individual and a very important movement, as is done during any interfaith activity.
Glatze should be accepted for who he is – not the result of Mormon conversion, but one of the latest and most prominent examples of former homosexuals who came to acknowledge homosexuality as sin and made the decision to turn away from the sinful lifestyle.
And because Glatze’s conversion is more likely to pull people away from homosexuality than draw people towards the Mormon church, believers should be more concerned about Glatze returning to homosexuality than him joining the Mormon church.
One wonders if ex-gay Scientologists would receive a similarly warm welcome.