President Uchtdorf Encourages Mormons to Embrace History and Keep Faith

Mormons shouldn’t shy away from their religion’s history, but neither should they be quick to discard their faith if what they learn appears inconsistent with LDS teachings, a member of the faith’s governing First Presidency told attendees at a symposium Friday.

"There will be times when it may appear that things are going badly for the truth of God, that the evidence of the world contradicts God’s utterances," Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor to church President Thomas S. Monson, told the audience in Salt Lake City’s Conference Center Theater. "For my part, I have learned to be patient, knowing that, in the end, things will work out."

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