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David Twede Lecture At UVU-4-11-2014

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David Twede

A great lecture by David Twede at UVU on 4-11-2014. He discusses the recent fraud case against Thomas S. Monson, over in the U.K. by Tom Phillips.

A very special THANKS to Demon of Kolob for taking time to attend & record it for everyone!!

“Lessons from the Fraud Case: How can we more effectively help family and friends learn the facts about Mormonism?”

He then opened it up to questions at the end.

The following was posted at Meetup.com:

David Twede will discuss his history and role as managing Editor at MormonThink.com, and the transition to Tom Phillips. He will also discuss the recent LDS fraud case in the UK and how it can be seen as helpful. At the end of his talk, he will open up to discussion to the group about how we can go forward more effectively.

David Twede is a former managing editor and currently Editor at Large at MormonThink.com. He has degree in physics and molecular biophysics from the University if Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is published in science journals and holds patents in imaging science. He was raised as a fifth generation Mormon, and resigned his membership in the Mormon Church in Oct 2012.


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2 comments to David Twede Lecture At UVU-4-11-2014

  • Lori Crandall

    Thank you for this. Very informative. It breaks my heart to hear of the amazing perks the Mission President gets as it appears he lives truly the life of luxury and you would assume that ever GA does the same. The MP does this while looking at young missionaries struggling, freezing and living in many times wretched conditions. It’s sickening to me.

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  • tapirrider

    Thank you Dave.

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