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This is an amazing book It is very deep but provides a lot of things to think about It is an awsome resource for coming to understand the temple from the time of Adam until today Definitely a book that ou have to read than once This is a heavy tome of insights and knowledge about the temple It covers things from
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the symbolism and spirituality of the temple a symbolism and spirituality of the temple A resource I d like to have on my shelf and don t forget to skim the notes at the end of each chapter they are wonderful There are some extraordinarily interesting insights in this book about the origin and pattern of temple worship throughout history I read it through uickly but would probably benefit from many slower in depth readings accompanied by regular temple worship The notes at the end of each chapter are sometimes interesting than what is written in the chapter itself It left me with a desire to continue my study of temples throughout history in an effort to enhance my understanding of the symbols there So many insights and everything he said just made so much sense to me The first temple the garden of Eden Never thought of it that way but loved the idea I thought he was brillant and can t wait to read bo. From the premortal world where the Plan of Salvation was laid out and the need for temples was established to the Restoration in which the fullness of the gospel was reintroduced to the world in the temple ceremony author Matthew B Brown explores the rich heritage of symbolism that has characterized temples and temple worship th. ,
Oks by Matthew Brown Sometimes reading *THE NOTES AT THE END OF *notes at the end of chapter was even fascinating than the stuff inside the chapter Couple of thoughts on Playhouse youth and the temple that gave me some pause for thoughtpage 282The temple is a sacred place and the ordinances in the temple are of a sacred character Because of its sacredness we are sometimes reluctant to say anything about the temple to our children and granchildrenAs a conseuence many do not develop a real desire to go the the temple or when they go there they do so without much background to prepare them for the obligations and covenants they enter into I believe a proper understanding or background will immeasurably prepare ourouth for the temple Ezra Taft BensonJohn Widtsoe on page 283We should give attention to preparing out oung people and some of the older people for the work they are to do in the templeIt is not uite fair to let the oung girl or Desire and Deceive young man enter the temple unprepared unwarned ifou choose with no explanation of the glorious possiblities of the first fine day in the templeWe spend so much time talking about covenants two way promises in our discussion with children but I think we need to talk about blessings because my experience is I promise to do certain things and
He Blesses Me So. me so. Rough the ages reverently examining the sacred doctrines associated with the gate of heaven many other topics he discusses; Rituals and symbols from the Tabernacle of Moses the Temple of Solomon and the holy places of the earliest Christians The remarkable parallels between ancient temple worship and the doctrines and ordi. .
Matthew B. Brown ½ 8 ReadMuch than I expected or that I have a right to deserve Surely he is a generous GodThanks Tanya for a goodread excellent I have been reading this book for a long time It s deep and dense and worth the time to digest The notes at the end of the chapter are just as good as the main body I loved them I am so sad that Matt Brown passed away He was a bright light in a darkened world A deeply researched respectful and engrossing account of ancient Hebrew and Christian rites associated with temples Books like this don t come along very often One of the most insightful books I ve ever read The whole beginning talks about all this really amazing doctrine and then the end gives all these evidences that the only way Joseph Smith could have instituted the temple ordinances was through direct revelation It totally strengthened my testimony This book was really cool It s deep and not necessarily a fun read but very informational It explains in detail the uses of the Jewish temple through old testament and new testament times It explains symbolism meaning and goes into some speculation but keeps things fairly factual The author then proceeds to address the LDS temple in modern day times and ends with some amazing personal accounts from early church members about temple wor. Ances restored by Joseph Smith Personages from the spirit world who returned to earth to reuiest temple work to assist with this work or to witness their ownwork being done The restored doctrine of making one's calling and election sure Long standing myths about LDS templebeing done The restored doctrine of making one's calling and election sure Long standing myths about LDS temple and the origin symbols and rituals of Freemason.