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The Barber’s Song is the story of a family plunged into the refiner’s fire—battling, growing, and sharing the lessons of their difficult journey together. Filled with faith and hope, this moving narrative gives readers an eternal perspective on their earthly sojourn. “People often speak of life and death as if these two concepts were mutually exclusive,” writes best-selling author K. Douglas Bassett. “This book is an attempt to bring together life and death—the latter being an extension of the former. More than just being connected, I believe they flow into each other.” Written for those who need answers or edification regarding their own mortality or the mortality of someone they love, The Barber’s Song is an affirmation of the reality of eternal life and the power of the Atonement, which paves way for the ultimate family reunion. Doug Bassett has crafted a message that sinks deep into the heart of those who are willing to risk loving another person completely. The Barber’s Song can help readers get and keep their priorities straight. —Jack R. Christianson, director, Orem Institute of Religion
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K. Douglas Bassett earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in youth leadership from Brigham Young University. He earned his doctoral degree in education from the University of New Mexico. A former seminary instructor, he has taught religion classes at BYU and currently teaches at the Orem Institute of Religion. He served a full-time mission in southern England during the early 1970s. He has written several books, including Life Lessons from the Book of Mormon, Commentaries on Isaiah in the Book of Mormon, and the best-selling Latter-day Commentary on the Book of Mormon. He and his wife, the former Arlene Chapman, live in Mona, Utah. They are the parents of eight children.
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