Experiencing doubts, struggling, or feeling completely alone? You’re not alone. There are resources on how to continue in the Church, if that’s what your desire is. There are also resources on how to move on in a Post Mormon life, if that’s what your desire is.
There is no reason in 2014 for you to feel completely alone on this. None. Don’t have a friend who understands? Facebook me. I’ll be your first of many friends to come who does understand.
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Top 5 Myths and Truths About Why Committed Mormons Leave the Church:
Top 10 Mormon Problems Explained:
Grant Palmer's "My Ah-Ha Moments Researching Mormon History":
Brother Jakes Explains Prophets:
(More Brother Jake can be found here.)
Part 1 of Amazing "Why I Left Mormonism" Series:
(Rest of series can be found here.)
Tactics of a Mormon Apologist:
(More FlackerMan videos can be found here.)
Chris' Groundbreaking Presentation on New Discoveries:
Excellent comparison of Late War to the Book of Mormon can be found here.
A native of Southern California, Jeremy was born in the covenant. A 6th generation Mormon of Pioneer heritage, Jeremy reached every Mormon youth milestone. An Eagle Scout, Returned Missionary, and BYU alumnus, Jeremy was married in the San Diego Temple with expectations and plans of living Mormonism for the rest of his life.
In February 2012, Jeremy experienced a crisis of faith, which subsequently led to a faith transition in the summer of 2012. In the spring of 2013, Jeremy was approached and asked by a CES Director to share his concerns and questions about the LDS Church's origins, history, and current practices. In response, Jeremy wrote what later became publicly known as Letter to a CES Director.
Letter to a CES Director very quickly went viral on the internet. The CES Director responded that he read the "very well written" letter and that he would provide Jeremy with a response. No response ever came.
"I believe that members and investigators deserve all of the information on the table to be able to make a fully informed and balanced decision as to whether or not they want to commit their hearts, minds, time, talents, income, and lives to Mormonism."