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For those who are interested, Mormondiscussion Podcast has done a couple of interviews recently and is working on more.

Interview w/ Brian Whitney - Brian is currently serving in the LDS Church History Department and shares his faith journey, faith crisis, and reconciliation.

http://mormondiscussion.podbean.com/2012/12/20/interview-with-brian-whitney-pt1/

http://mormondiscussion.podbean.com/2012/12/20/interview-with-brian-whitney-pt2/

sound quality is much better in part 2 then part 1

Interview w/ Morris

Morris considers himself a "New Order Mormon". He discusses his early faith journey which includes being abused, his faith crisis, and his remaining in the LDS church despite his less then fundamental faith.

http://mormondiscussion.podbean.com/2012/12/30/interview-with-morris-part-1/

http://mormondiscussion.podbean.com/2012/12/30/interview-with-morris-part-2/

This podcast takes on a faithful perspective but also wants to deal with why faith crisis occurs and how others have dealt with it, both faithfully and those who have lost belief. Faithful perspectives are desired and any wishing to explore doing an interview can PM me or post to this thread.

Also any discussion on these podcasts are welcome

mormondiscussion.podbean.com

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