在这一集，与摩门教徒故事（Mormon Stories）共同发行， 温迪·威廉姆斯·蒙哥马利, 约翰·德林和 担 Wotherspoon speak about the difficult dynamics at play in discussing with 爱d ones, whether family, friends, or ward members, about differences in faith positions after one party or another has shifted. In contrast with the types of challenges presented to people by “outsiders” to their faith, a change in stance 和 the new worldview presented by those who were once in sync with you (or at least perceived to be in sync) can be far more devastating. Their shifts often feel very personal, a rejection of something we hold most dear. And they have no excuse! They once knew what we know 和 now challenge 和 say they are seeing more clearly or experiencing something else more richly? For those who are the ones who have shifted, a 爱d one’s negative reactions to that person’s change also can feel quite personal. Why don’t they trust me that I’m on a good path, that I have information or insights that open the world to me in new ways? Why are they choosing stubbornness 和 clinging to ideology 和 dogma over really exploring 和 留下来 in close relationship with me no matter where my faith journey takes me?