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And if so, what an amazing vindication of the prophet Joseph Smith! It peaked my interest for along time, since I did not have access to such materials on my mission, and oh how I longed for the day when I would be able to read it when I returned home. Indeed, when I returned home from my mission, I went immediately to work tracking down that book.
So the waiting began anew! It was Christmas morning for me which is quite accurate since it was published on December 30, , and I was a schoolboy all over again. I devoured that book. Well, let me rephrase that.
I placed my pinky toe into the deep end, and did my best to pick it apart. I was excited beyond belief to read about the rituals of the Egyptians, about their coronation rituals, their mummification rituals, their cleansing and purifying rituals, and afterlife rituals. It opened up my understanding of the temple to levels I thought not possible. I still return quite frequently to that book, and glean amazing insights and knowledge from its pages.
I started picking up his other books and writings, such as Brother Brigham Young Challenges the Saints , and I ate it up. This was a whole new world of scholarship and becoming acutely aware of and understanding the gospel of Jesus Christ. It fundamentally shifted my worldview, my goals in life, and my understanding of why we are here. What is it all for? Why did our Father put us here in the first place? What are we supposed to be doing? What is consecration? What is our duty to God, to ourselves, and to each other?