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We have to do that; that’s the Lord’s way.” “You young men and young women, put your cell phones away!Put the technology away and learn to talk to each other face-to-face, eye-to-eye. You’ve got yourselves in cocoons,” Elder Ballard said.How can I deal with doubts when faced with tough questions from Church history?These are a few of the 16 questions submitted from young people from around the Church and answered by Elder Dallin H. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Sunday evening, Nov.In the days leading up to it — and during the event itself — questions were submitted via the Church website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Questions were posed to the Church leaders by two young single adults: Eliza Lin, a Utah State University student and a Church convert of just two months, and Mitchell Kimball, a Brigham Young University student and a Spanish-speaking returned missionary who interpreted the questions coming from the groups in Mexico and Peru.
We’re as transparent as we know how to be in telling the truth.We hope that Heavenly Father will bless us all.” The two Church leaders “have been sitting side by side” in the quorum for over 33 years, Elder Oaks noted.He quipped, “We know one another; we can finish one another’s sentences if the occasion requires. ” A recording of the entire broadcast may be viewed at with a link from the home page.“That’s the kind of thing that the scriptures have condemned” as pertaining to gospel truths, he added.Elder Ballard spoke of criticisms to the effect that the Church has hidden the fact that there is more than one rendition of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. Allen of BYU in 1970 produced an article in the Church magazines explaining all about the different versions of the First Vision.” He added, “We would have to say, as two apostles who have covered the world and know the history of the Church and know the integrity of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve from the beginning, there has been no attempt on the part of the Church leaders to try to hide anything from anybody.” Thanks to the Joseph Smith Papers project, “we’re learning more about the Prophet Joseph; it’s wonderful we are,” Elder Ballard said.