(KIFI-TV) — Religion in Idaho has become nearly a taboo topic.
It's often difficult for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint faith and evangelical Christians to open up about their beliefs and find common ground without tempers getting heated and emotions running high.
Two religious experts are trying to change this attitude by opening up a public dialogue about God.
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Robert Millet, the former dean of religion from Brigham Young University, and Greg Johnson, a minister based out of Lehi, Utah, are working together.
They've been friends and colleagues, swapping religious theories for years. They said it's time for everyone else to become a little more open-minded.