The Temple in Zion: A Reorganized Perspective on a Latter Day Saint Institution
Dialogue 24.1 (Spring 1991): 86–98
In preparation for the Independence Temple that was dedicated in 1994, an RLDS member shares ideas about temples in general.
The Temple: Historical Origins and Religious Value
Over time Joseph Smith changed his stance on freemasonary, which led to him being included as part of the group. Some of the common aspects of freemasonry introduced into the endowment ceremony.
Inside the Salt Lake Temple: Gisbert Bossard’s 1911 Photographs
Dialogue 27.3 (Fall 1994): 68–97
For faithful Mormons, the thought that someone had violated the sacred confines of the eighteen-year-old Salt Lake temple, which he desecrated by photographing, was “considered as impossible as profaning the sacred Kaaba at Mecca.”
“Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord”: The Salt Lake Temple Dedication
Stuy looks at “the dedication of the Salt Lake temple constituted one of the most important events in the history of the world.
“Kingdom of Priests”: Priesthood Temple and Women in the Old Testament and in the Restoration
Compton considers priesthood as portrayed in Old Testament texts and how women are underrepresented in today’s discourse.
“The Other” in the Limelight: One Perspective on the Publicity Surrounding the New LDS Temple in Finland
The purpose of this article is to begin filling that gap by discussing some of the publicity accompanying the recently built Helsinki FinlandTemple, located in the southern Finland city of Espoo.
The Temple and the Sacred: Dutch Temple Experiences
Dialogue 47.1 (Spring 2012): 104–123
First, the history of the temple project will be shown from the Dutch perspective, with a discussion of some of the observable effects on the Dutch saints, one of them being a large drop in temple attendance.
The Kirtland Temple as a Shared Space: A Conversation with David J. Howlett
Dialogue 47.1 (Spring 2014): 104–123
An oral interview between an LDS Member and a Community of Christ member regarding the history of the Kirtland Temple. They explain that despite differences in religious beliefs, people can still form friendships and cooperate.