Speaker: Glen Lambert

The Ethics Of Doubt

Periods of doubt are a natural part of human development. But in cultures where doubting is considered a serious defect, people find themselves facing ethical dilemmas about how much, if anything, to say to family, friends, and Church leaders. This panel discusses how different Latter-day Saints have faced the challenges of dealing ethically with themselves …

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If practicing Mormons eschew alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs, do they use other sub-stances, abuse prescribed drugs, or engage in behavioral addictions? What cultural attitudes, pressures, or beliefs might contribute to self-medicating behaviors and addictions? Mental health professionals describe some of the ‘creative” drugs of choice used in LDS populations and the cultural beliefs employed …

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Panel. Is the Mormon Marriage Model Outmoded?

SL03091, This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the March on Washington, at which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, and the thirty-fifth anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination. It also marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the revelation reversing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ policy of …

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