In this three-part series we discuss the following:
Part 1: Greg’s early years as a Mormon in the Los Angeles area, his graduate work as a dentist and as a pathologist, and his role in developing a cure for RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection), which has saved tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of infant lives.
Part 2: Greg discusses the challenges of raising a son (Madison) with autism, then discusses how he developed a gospel framework that allowed him to avoid a faith crisis, which led to his entree into Mormon history authorship. We end by discussing his book Power from on High: The Development of Mormon Priesthood.
Part 3: Greg goes deep into how he maintains faith/belief in God/Jesus/Mormonism and activity in the LDS Church as a scientist, and after knowing so much troubling LDS history. He also lays out in detail his nuanced LDS testimony.