Travis Wayne Goodsell

Travis Wayne Goodsell

I was a born and raised member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I developed a scripture study instruction manual, published the first Philosophy of Mormonism, taught teachers how to teach, and tried to correct the errors in the LDS Scripture footnotes for the 2009 Foreign language editions as an LDS Church Service Missionary for their then Curriculum Dept. I have graduated from the former Ricks College and the former University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada; where I disciplined in Biblical Studies (under Thomas A. Robinson), Philosophy of Science (studying scientific methodology), Biblical Hebrew (under Walter Emanuel Aufrecht who studied under Thomas O. Lambdin of Harvard), Greek (also under Thomas A. Robinson), and Latin. I also have two years of Egyptology (under Ewa Wasilewska) and Assyriology, and Moral Philosophy from the University of Utah. I am an Abecedarian (one who studies the alphabet), a Lexicographer (one who writes dictionaries), and a Translator (one who takes a foreign language and turns it into English) of ancient languages, which is why the LDS Church has been trying so hard to silence and remove me from society. I have deciphered the Paleo-Hebrew Alphabet and the Ancient Egyptian picture glyphs and discovered they are the source for the Bible stories. And on top of all this I am an Eagle Scout, which means I'm not Democrat nor Republican but am a Patriot to the U.S. Constitution giving inalienable rights to all equally.

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