Hey everyone. Before we get started, just a quick note about our ongoing work at Faith Matters that we think you'll be really interested in after the phenomenal way that Restore was received last year. We are planning another gathering this year in 2023. We're finalizing dates and location behind the scenes right now.
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Hi everyone. This is Aubrey Chavez from Faith Matters. Today we're doing something a little different and sharing a really fascinating conversation between Thomas McConkey and Adam Miller, a popular author and professor of philosophy.
It's taken from Thomas's online course, transformations of Faith. As part of the course, Thomas and Adam recorded a series of conversations that take a deeper dive on several of the ideas and principles that Thomas teaches in the course, and each of the conversations is really enlightening in its own way.
In this particular conversation, Thomas and. Bore the idea of repentance and forgiveness in the context of spiritual growth and transformation. And it's a really different take than you might expect in a typical gospel doctrine discussion. We hope it provides a unique perspective on this subject that we spend quite a bit of time thinking about and talking about as Latter Day Saints.
And of course, to hear all of the conversations or to learn more about this course, you can head to transformations of faith.org to sign up. Thanks as always for listening, and we hope that you enjoy this convers.
All right, this is our fourth conversation. Thomas, uh, directed at session three of your Transformations of Faith
course. Uh, we're