Episode 170: The Development of Mormon Temple Rituals, Part Two

Written by Lindsay Hansen Park on . Posted in Uncategorized

Trackback from your site.

Comments (8)

  • David

    |

    Great insights.

    Reply

  • GBSmith

    |

    I wanted to let you know as a master mason that the penalties as part of the endowment prior to ?1990 are identical to those associated with the entered apprentice, fellow craft, and master mason degrees. The portrayals are slightly different but are otherwise the same. As Devery Anderson said they are what the initiate swears to do rather than reveal anything to do with the degree and as regards the temple, the endowment. The fact that JS and masons in general at the time believed in the myth that masonry was linked with the building of King Solomon’s temple is evidence that the temple ceremony has nothing to do with exaltation and everything to do with JS’s attempt to insure loyalty by conferring specialness to his followers and to maintain secrecy about polygamy.

    Reply

  • smoretraiolit

    |

    you have a great blog here! would you like to make some invite posts on my blog?

    Reply

  • erjilopterin

    |

    I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great. I don’t know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger if you are not already 😉 Cheers!

    Reply

  • click here

    |

    I believe this site holds some really excellent info for everyone : D.

    Reply

  • best kitten food

    |

    I just could not depart your web site prior to suggesting that I actually enjoyed the standard info a person provide for your visitors? Is gonna be back often in order to check up on new posts

    Reply

  • check out this site

    |

    Hey There. I discovered your blog the use of msn. That is an extremely smartly written article. I’ll make sure to bookmark it and return to read extra of your helpful information. Thank you for the post. I’ll certainly comeback.

    Reply

  • index

    |

    Some truly excellent posts on this site, regards for contribution.

    Reply

Leave a comment