Racially, religiously, and educationally, the small subset of former Mormons who are now involved in ex-Mormon social media groups are not representative of the whole.
Former members of the LDS Church who are over 18 may be eligible to be interviewed about their experiences in leaving Mormonism.
NPR's story about the rise of the cultural Mormon points to the large, uncharted middle territory that exists between active belief and disaffiliation.
Talks like Sister Wixom’s are turning doubt into a legitimate topic of conversation in Mormon culture, and not a dirty word. Decriminalizing doubt and doubters is the first step. Our next task is much harder.
People often ask Mormon novelist Mette Harrison why she sticks with the LDS Church even if she has some problems with it. "I believe in the principle of conversation and compromise," she says.
Yesterday we had the first of two parts of novelist Mette Ivie Harrison's personal story of losing faith in Mormonism. Today she reveals how she is trying to find her ...
What causes a loss of faith? Mette Ivie Harrison was a Mormon mom, BYU professor, and novelist. in this two-part post she recounts the painful loss of her Mormon foundation, and the equally painful struggle to find faith again.
It's a painful reality for Mormon parents (and all religious parents) that sometimes, their children leave the faith. A new book from Oxford draws on a 35-year study to suggest ways to keep them in the fold.