Faith Crisis and Reconstruction Podcast Series, Episode 7: First Vision, Priesthood Restoration, LDS Exclusivity In this episode, I discuss aspects of the First Vision, Priesthood Restoration, LDS Exclusivity that could lead to faith crisis. There are four main accounts of the First Vision. Some LDS encounter faith crisis issues when discovering these multiple accounts or […]

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    Faith Crisis and Reconstruction Podcast Series, Episode 5: Book of Mormon Translation In this episode, I discuss the aspects of Joseph Smith’s interactions with the Angel Moroni, obtaining the gold plates, and Book of Mormon translation that could lead to faith crisis. There are some wild aspects of this history that are difficult […]

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    In this episode, I discuss the aspects of the Book of Mormon that could lead to faith crisis. There are many aspects of the Book of Mormon that show “humanistic and modern fingerprints”. However, the Book of Mormon content also is fertile ground for us to identify powerful and inspiring aspects of the […]

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The Church is True Faith Crisis and Reconstruction podcast series is here. The first three episodes were released this week. Here’s a link to the first episode: Mormon faith crisis podcast link At the beginning of the podcast, I give a strong warning to only proceed if you are already very aware of all the church […]

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Episode 1: Intro   Welcome to Episode 1: Intro from the Church is True Faith Crisis and Reconstruction Podcast Series. I am an active, faithful Latter-day Saint who went through faith crisis, deconstruction, and reconstruction over the time period 2004-2012, and now want to share the paradigm and intellectual framework I used to reconstruct into […]

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Book of Mormon wordprint studies have been used by both critics and Apologists to provide valuable insights into the text of the BOM. The purpose of this post is to reintroduce my wordprint study, to review various important wordprint studies of the Book of Mormon of the past, and to evaluate where we stand in […]

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