This answer strikes me as offensive and largely off-topic to the extent that it spends more time disparaging Mormons than it does contributing anything.
I am not Mormon, but it doesn't really matter IMO. I was offended by the answer and would only be more offended if I was Mormon.
So I suggested an edit to the answer - to drop the religion-related noise and keep the actual technical contribution it offered: rejected.
I also flagged the answer as offensive - first time I have flagged an answer as such. I am guessing that the offensive flag was not accepted since the answer still stands full of more about Mormonism than how to normalize relational data.
What's funny is that if answers are supposed to be fact-based, generalizing Mormons as polygamists is anything but fact-based.
I found a couple other MSO posts (here and here) regarding religiously offensive posts - mod flags for them specifically, condemning (and I would argue mocking) being a reasonable criterion for offense, and the standard of "whether a reasonable person would find [something] offensive".
My question is, how does this answer fly as it stands?
So it appears that (nearly) concurrent with my question here, the answer in question was deleted - by the poster or through the mod flag I don't know.
For the record, here is what I was talking about - from other tabs I had open:
I really would have preferred the suggested-edit route, as there was some technical value in the answer; but my higher priority was removal of the offensive noise.