Monthly Archives: April 2010

Temple Video Series: Part 1 – Sacred Space

David Tayman from the blog Visions of the Kingdom, and David Larsen from Heavenly Ascents, have teamed up to produce a series of short YouTube videos on the ancient temple.  The focus of the presentations will be to explore the nature, function, doctrine and ritual of the ancient temple.  This is done with the purpose […]

The Gila Valley Arizona Temple Completed in Record Time?

The open house has been announced for the Gila Valley Arizona Temple, which was announced in General Conference just two years ago.  The open house will start on Friday, April 23rd, and run through Saturday, May 15th.  The dedication will take place on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010. 

Updates about Hugh Nibley’s Centennial Commemoration

As I posted a few months ago, the Laura F. Willes Center for Book of Mormon Studies and the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS), in conjunction with Religious Education and the Harold B. Lee library, presented a weekly lecture series during the Winter Semester 2010 in honor of the 100th anniversary of […]

TempleStudy.com is now on Twitter and Facebook

I have posted links to TempleStudy.com articles on my personal Twitter and Facebook accounts for a long time, but I thought it was about time to make their own official accounts.  Now, if you just want updates about TempleStudy.com and not from me, or vice versa, or want to filter your social network notifications in […]

Vancouver British Columbia Temple Open House Announced

Today the Church announced the public open house of the Vancouver British Columbia Temple, which will be the 131st temple of the Church. It is beautiful. If you are in the area, you might want to see if you can visit.  The tours run from April 9th through the 24th.  The Church has produced an […]

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