Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Genesis of the Round Dance – Part 2

(Continuation from Part 1) The Genesis of the Round Dance Bryce Haymond “Then shalt thou dance in a ring together with the angels, around Him who is without beginning or end, the only true God . . .” —Clement of Alexandria Introduction Round dances, through all ages of time and all locations of the world, […]

The Genesis of the Round Dance – Part 1

Background During my senior year as a student at Brigham Young University, the Fall 2006 semester, I enrolled in Dance 260 which was an “Introduction to Dance” course. The professor was Susanne Davis, a World Dance Division Administrator. In the class we learned about the history of dance, from the beginning of time down to […]

A Flaming Sword?

When God drove Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, he placed cherubim and a flaming sword to keep the way to the tree of life (Genesis 3:24). The Bible tells us very little about these symbols that were set to guard the way to the tree of life. Cherubim are commonly known as […]

DVD about President Hinckley’s Temple Building

Meridian Publishing, part of Meridian Magazine, has produced a 60 minute DVD presentation about President Hinckley’s temple building era. It is produced by Meridian’s founders, Scot Facer Proctor and Maurine Jensen Proctor. It looks like a great film about President Hinckley’s vast work of building up temples around the world. It is available for $16.50. […]

President Hinckley on Temples

President Hinckley loved temples. He loved speaking about them, building them, dedicating them, visiting them, and doing the work therein performed. Here are some of his words and counsel: “Every temple that this church has built has in effect stood as a monument to our belief in the immortality of the human soul, that this […]

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