At present, I consider myself to be an unorthodox, unorthoprax Mormon. I believe in many of the central, non-distinctive moral teachings within Mormonism (e.g., love, kindness, charity, forgiveness, faith, hope), but I no longer believe many of the fundamental LDS church truth claims (e.g., anthropomorphic God, “one true church with exclusive authority,” that the current LDS church prophet receives privileged communications from God, that The Book of Mormon and The Book of Abraham are translations, polygamy, racist teachings in the Book of Mormon, that ordinances are required for salvation, proxy work for the dead).
It’s a good thing for others to see what the endpoint of his approach is. And its a good thing for him. Admitting to yourself where you are is healthy spiritually. Kudos to Mr. Dehlin. Once he concedes that a nonbelieving and nonpracticing Mormon is the same as a non-Mormon, he will be able to seriously address himself to the big questions of life.