I keep thinking about how many tens of thousands of books have been published since the Book of Mormon appeared. Most were better written; many were more original. And they’re largely gone.
I am A Man of Letters. I’ve been reading lately, and I have found some words I would like to share. Today, “Undercover Mormon: A Spy in the House of the Gods” by Th. Metzger. Chapter Twenty: Confusion, Awe and Envy.
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“Undercover Mormon: A Spy in the House of the Gods” is a memoir by Th. Metzger, available as an ebook from Roadswell Editions.
Thank you for listening. For more information about the words I have read and the music to follow, please visit A Man of Letters. amoletters.com.
Until I return, I am… A Man of Letters.
Ted Lewis – Gold Digger’s Song (Columbia W152393 1933)
Jesse Stafford – I Want to Go Places and Do Things (Brunswick 4250 1929)