I have recently heard a great deal from pastors and pundits on radio, in print, and even on broadway about what I supposedly believe. It would be waste of time and space to try to address two hundred years of accumulated misinformation. But I can begin to document what I really believe, not what you heard I believe.
You see, I’m a Mormon, and about as Mormon as you can get. With all my heart and mind I believe in Mormon scripture, attend weekly Mormon services (all three hours), and participate in the Church’s lay ministry to the best of my abilities in whatever capacity I’m asked. I served a full-time mission in Switzerland and France. And most of my ancestors walked across the plains and settled in the Utah territory. So what I write here is the perspective of a believer but in no way official Church doctrine
I write according to the dictates of my own conscience, my own philosophy, and my own understanding. Of course I believe it’s the right point of view; I wouldn’t believe it otherwise! But I reserve the right to and even expect to change my beliefs, and will gladly admit mistakes in the presence of new information.