Overview

In October 1998 President Gordon B. Hinckley announced that 'in all likelihood, we will have 100 or more temples operating in the year 2000.' Commemorating this season of unprecedented temple building, bestselling artist Chad S. Hawkins combines his unique drawings of temples throughout the world with historical summaries and inspirational stories about the first 100 temples. Never before has one artist accomplished the monumental task of creating illustrations of so many different temples. Each drawing has ...
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The First 100 Temples

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Overview

In October 1998 President Gordon B. Hinckley announced that 'in all likelihood, we will have 100 or more temples operating in the year 2000.' Commemorating this season of unprecedented temple building, bestselling artist Chad S. Hawkins combines his unique drawings of temples throughout the world with historical summaries and inspirational stories about the first 100 temples. Never before has one artist accomplished the monumental task of creating illustrations of so many different temples. Each drawing has incorporated Chad's signature 'hidden' images, representing an important event related to that particular temple. Numerous interviews and extensive research have resulted in a work that is informative and spiritually uplifting. Designed as a tribute to the sacrifice and commitment of those who labored to make temples 'dot the earth,' The First 100 Temples will be a cherished keepsake for generations to come.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609073480
  • Publisher: Deseret Book Company
  • Publication date: 9/19/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Chad S. Hawkins began researching and drawing temples at the age of seventeen. Now, with more than one million pieces of temple-related art in print, he is widely recognized for his vast knowledge of temple design, building, and history. He is a popular speaker and author of the bestselling books, The First 100 Temple, Youth and the Temple, and Holy Places. His work has been featured in Church magazines, placed in the cornerstones of several temples, and is on permanent display inside the Vernal Utah Temple. Chad and his wife Stephanie reside with their children in East Layton, Utah.
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