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Interpreting the Abraham Facsimiles By Kerry Muhlestein

Many people often ask about how Joseph Smith’s explanations of the Facsimiles compares to those of Egyptologists. This is a question worth asking.

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Many people have questions about the origins of the Book of Abraham. It is an interesting, yet complex subject.

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