This is a definition taken directly from newordermormon.org
New Order Mormons are those who no longer believe some (or much) of the dogma or doctrines of the LDS Church, but who want to maintain membership for cultural, social, or even spiritual reasons. New Order Mormons recognize both good and bad in the Church, and have determined that the Church does not have to be perfect in order to remain useful. New Order Mormons seek the middle way to be Mormon.
At the suggestion of a fellow blogger, I recently became a registered member of newordermormon.org. I’ve only started posting there, but I’m already hooked. I love the conversations and the open-mindedness of the other members. It is heartening to meet others that are climbing the mountain of doubt and finding the foot holds to hang on (I know a little dramatic, sometimes I do that). Seriously though if there is anyone that wants a place to talk openly about the Church and how to fit in without being a TBM (other than this blog) this is the place for you, check it out!
Has anyone else had good experiences there? Tell me about it.