Patience, Faith, and the Temple in 2019
Young shares her testimony of temple work even though she found some wording in the endowment ceremony sexist.
LDS Women’s Authority and the Temple: A Feminist FHE Discussion with Maxine Hanks
A Feminist Family Home Evening discussion with Maxine Hanks regarding women in the church as seen through temple theology.
Mormon Architecture Today: The Temple as a Symbol
Bergsma argues that, to anybody passing by the temple, even if they are not a member, that the temple stands as a a symbol of our devotion to the faith
The Early Twentieth Century Temples
Anderson shares how temple architecture changed starting with the Salt Lake Temple.
Culture, Charisma, and Change: Reflections on Mormon Temple Worship
Mauss encourages an openess about the temple to help better prepare future endowment holders and to create a better understanding among members and nonmembers.
The Development of the Mormon Temple Endowment Ceremony
Bueger outlines the history of the endowment ceremony but does not share anything that he has covenanted not to divulge.
The Mormon Priesthood Revelation and the Sao Paulo, Brazil Temple
Few Brazilian members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-daySaints will forget 1978, the year when two events significantly changedthe Church in this South American country.
Baptism for the Dead: Comparing RLDS and LDS Perspectives
Underwood discusses why two religions who share the same exact upbringing have different opinions about the temple rituals.
“What Has Become of Our Fathers?” Baptism for the Dead at Nauvoo
Chronicling the history of baptizing for the dead during the Nauvoo Period, this article introduces the practice from the first baptizers to how it was altered after Joseph Smith’s death.
An Ambivalent Rejection: Baptism for the Dead and the Reorganized Church Experience
Launius shares how the Reorganized Church has changed their stance on baptisms for the dead.