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A recent press release from the Church should soothe any guilt you might feel for doubting aspects of orthodox Mormonism. Every member should be aware of this release.


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NOM Discussion Group Guidelines

Before you begin posting on the NOM discussion group, it will be helpful to review some of our expectations and suggestions for participants. These mainly fall into the categories of courtesy and anonymity.


On some message boards frequented by people who are coming to doubt the church, or are on their way out of it, it’s common to use harsh and/or coarse language about the church and its faithful members. On NOM we don’t permit this sort of “trash-talking” for a number of reasons:


Some people are understandably concerned that others who read this discussion group will guess at their real-life identity, and that this could cause potential problems with family members or even the institutional church. For those of you who feel that this could be a problem, we encourage you to use a screen name that doesn’t reveal anything about who you are, and to not give out identifying information in posted messages. Please note that by default your personal profile will be public; we strongly recommend that you use the option to hide your profile information when you register for the group.