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About Timothy Guymon

Timothy Guymon graduated from West Virginia University with a communications degree and an MA in foreign languages. He had a broadcasting career in the US Army and in commercial radio, worked as an editor/photographer for various magazines, taught Spanish at West Virginia University, and English at Utah Valley University and the University of Phoenix. He was a missionary in Uruguay 1966-68. He now lives in Florida.

The Prodigal’s Return to the Father: House of Glory and Rediscovery

Review of S. Michael Wilcox. House of Glory: Finding Personal Meaning in the Temple, 1995. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book. 146 pp. with bibliography and index. $14.99 (paperback).

Abstract: The temple of God is a new experience with any visit, but its wonders are nigh astonishing to someone who has lost the privilege for a long time. Wilcox’s House of Glory is more than a guidebook to the House of God, it is a camera panning from the physical (such as the meanings of symbols and the appearances in and outside of temples) to the intensely personal (like the requirements and rewards of temple work, its ancient history, its powers of protection, and so on). Essentially a book for the experienced temple goer (one no longer stunned by the newness of it all), Wilcox’s prize-winning book fills in the blank spaces and answers questions. And awes the Prodigal Son. Continue reading