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Personal Stories - Part 1
The following links are to stories and profiles of various former or current LDS Church members. Much of their works are on MT. (Note: for those that have contributed to MT, most of their work was composed when they were still active members of the LDS Church).
Books, videos, newspaper articles, writings, talks
Youtube videos and writings
Youtube videos, newspaper articles, writings
Co-Founder of CALM (Community After Leaving Mormonism)
Former Treasurer and Board Member of The Exmormon Foundation
Very knowledgeable former LDS member. Frequent presenter of LDS information. Author of Investigating Mormonism website
3 time Bishopric counselor
First Counselor in Bishopric
Author and relative of Mitt Romney
Author, lawyer and former Mormon
Scientist, novelist and LDS researcher
The resignation of a former editor and one of the original founders of MT
Stake President, received Second Anointing Temple Ordinance and former managing editor of MormonThink
Author, current Latter-day Saint & MT contributor
Author, historian and current Latter-day Saint & MT contributor
Author, researcher and current Latter-day Saint & MT contributor
Former bishop in the UK and current Latter-day Saint
Maintains the MormonThinkUK website
A current lifelong member, Jeremy was asked by a CES Director in April 2013 to share with him Jeremy's questions and concerns regarding the LDS Church and its truth claims. Jeremy wrote a lengthy response called Letter to a CES Director.
Former member of the 3rd Quorum of the Seventy. He was at the time the highest-ranking LDS member in Sweden. He and his wife are still members of the LDS Church.
Lifelong member and current managing editor of MormonThink.
Scholarly Gospel Doctrine teacher and MT contributor. Shared his testimony on Ex-Mormon Scholars Testify.
Stories of other Latter-day Saints: More Mormon Personal Stories - Part 2
Also read the testimonies of these people and others at Ex-Mormon Scholars Testify
For over a hundred faithful stories, please visit Mormon Scholars Testify