On April 1st, 2016 Travis Wayne Goodsell gave an entire symposium by himself. The subject was the Book of Abraham. Travis' discovery of how Joseph Smith made his translation explains the mystery of Joseph's work. Lecture five is about how facsimile number three in the Book of Abraham can be identified within the translation of the Book of Mormon. Facsimile number three is a representation of the Egyptian Temple ritual, called the Judgment Scene. Travis goes over Book of Mormon scripture to show that there is actual Temple imagery, despite the text not directly talking about the Temple. The Egyptian Judgment Scene is a Temple initiation ritual and its doctrines and practices are had within the Book of Mormon, thereby being another witness that the Book of Mormon is an Egyptian record and that the Book of Abraham along with the Book of Mormon are correct translations.
It’s a good thing this book is only 20 min long because the narration is DREADFULLY obnoxious. Worse than Siri. I couldn’t even focus on the content.
Would you try another book from Travis Wayne Goodsell and/or Trevor Clinger?
I wouldn't be willing to try another one, unless it's not read by Trevor Clinger.
What was most disappointing about Travis Wayne Goodsell’s story?
If this is from a symposium, why not have a recording of the symposium, rather than have a poor narrator read the transcript? I found it difficult to get much from this, other than the scripture (about 70% is this just quoting LDS Scripture).
What didn’t you like about Trevor Clinger’s performance?
Very strange rhythm to the narration, as if read by a non-human. Many words/names are mispronounced.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Definitely not worth buying. Thank goodness audible allows me to return it.