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LDS faithful statement

To silence their conscience or justify the sinful actions, the [apostate] individual moves away from the truth, looking for imperfections in others or questioning Church doctrine with which he no longer agrees.”

Response...

This is more personal than you should make it. Especially when you’re presenting it in a way that every sin committed is exactly in line with what has happened to you. This is far too eclectic to give credit to the whole. Since when does ‘looking for imperfections in others’ qualify as a valid reason for leaving the faith? I maintain this same person might be better off accepting the myths that the LDS Church professes than to take the lame path of leaving because someone offended them.”

Dan Wees, Encyclopedia of Anti-Mormonism (West Valley City, UT: Self-Published, July 2011), 54.