The rest is history: How a Mormon scholar turned doubter, then believer
Spiritual journey » For LDS historian Don Bradley, the search for truth about Joseph Smith led to disaffection and, finally, devotion to the faith’s founder.
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"We didn’t discuss his religious faith," Barlow said. "But we did talk about how you assess evidence."
Barlow sees Bradley’s path as sincere and deep, with an uncompromising approach to matters of faith and reason.
There was an integrity to his leaving, Barlow said, "as well as in his coming back."
And the rest, for Bradley, is history.
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