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The House of the Lord (1912)

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The House of the Lord (1912)

by James E. Talmage


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Among the numerous sects and churches of the present day, the Latter-day Saints are distinguished as builders of Temples.
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    From the Preface we read: "It is not surprising that great and widespread interest is manifest respecting this peculiarity of the LDS Church, nor that questions are continually arising as to the purpose and motive behind this great labor, and the nature of the ordinances administered in these modern Houses of the Lord. To answer some of these questions, and to place within the reach of earnest inquirers authentic information concerning the doctrine and practice of Temple ministration, this book has been written. By way of affording means of easy comparison between the Temple-building achievements of past and those of current time, a brief treatment of the sanctuaries of earlier dispensations has been included. While detailed information pertaining to ancient Temples and related sanctuaries is accessible to all, but little concerning the Temples of today and the sacred service therein rendered has been published in separate form by the LDS Church." Contains photographs showing the interior views of the Salt Lake Temple. 336 pages

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    ISBN 9780981952772
    Author James E. Talmage
    Age Group 18+
    Book Type paperback

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