Monthly Archives: May 2008

Sharing Temples & Apologetics from the Bloggernacle

One feature of TempleStudy.com that you may or may not have noticed is the “Shared Items” feature in the right sidebar. It looks something like the image on the right, if you scroll down beyond the “Top Posts,” “Favorite Posts,” “Recent Comments,” and “Recent Posts.” These shared items are links to those posts from the […]

King Benjamin and the Temple

The other article that impressed me from the latest Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, 16/2 (2007), was Donald W. Parry’s “Service and Temple in King Benjamin’s Speech.” Why did it impress me? Because it related subjects in the Book of Mormon to the temple, something that we haven’t seen a lot of yet, but […]

Temple Worship among Post-Exile Jews

First of all I’d like to thank all those who have participated in the TempleStudy feedback that was posted yesterday. I have received a good number of responses, and most were very positive. Some even compared my methodology, albeit detrimentally, as similar to Hugh Nibley’s, for which I could not be more flattered. If I […]

TempleStudy Feedback

It’s been about four months since I began the TempleStudy.com blog. During that time I have made many new friends, and have become acquainted with many new people. It has been a great learning and growing time. I have found that I learn much more about the temple as I research these topics, and I’ve […]

New Temple for Phoenix Arizona

President Monson today announced the construction of a new temple in Phoenix, the capital of Arizona. This will bring the total number of temples operating, announced, or under construction to 140. It is the third temple that the Church has announced this year to be built in Arizona. The other two temples announced earlier are […]

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