LDS.org: "Some struggle with unanswered questions about things that have been done or said in the past. We openly acknowledge that in nearly 200 years of Church history—along with an uninterrupted line of inspired, honorable, and divine events—there have been some things said and done that could cause people to question. ...And, to be perfectly frank, there have been times when members or leaders in the Church have simply made mistakes. There may have been things said or done that were not in harmony with our values, principles, or doctrine."--Come, Join with Us, by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, October 2013.
Hans Mattsson may be the highest leader in Mormonism to publicly question the LDS faith openly. When challenged with significant problems in the history of Joseph Smith and the translation of the Book of Mormon and the Book of Abraham, he and his wife left the Church in Sweden. If he can question, why not you?
Some Mormons Search the Web and Find Doubt
Hans Mattsson — Former LDS Area Authority Seventy (Sweden)
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