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 and those around them. It also inquires about the specific difficulties faced by those who first begin doubting at different ages.
Tom Kimball, Emily Bench, Grant Palmer, Christine Dorn Wahlquist, Glen Lambert