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The House of the Lord: A Study of Holy Sanctuaries Ancient and Modern [NOOK Book]

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. A PRE-VIEW OF THE SUBJECT.
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The House of the Lord: A Study of Holy Sanctuaries Ancient and Modern

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Overview

This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents and Footnotes

CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. A PRE-VIEW OF THE SUBJECT.
A general view of sanctuaries of ancient and modern times.
CHAPTER II. SANCTUARIES IN EARLIER DISPENSATIONS.
The "Testimony."—Provisional Tabernacle.—Third Tabernacle.—Temple of Solomon.—Temple of Ezekiel's vision.—Temple of Zerubbabel.—Temple of Herod.
CHAPTER III.
NEED OF TEMPLES IN THE PRESENT DISPENSATION.
Necessity of obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel.—Authority to labor in behalf of the dead.—Temples required for vicarious service.
CHAPTER IV. MODERN TEMPLE ORDINANCES.
Baptism for the dead.—Ordination and endowment.—Salvation and exaltation.—Degrees of glory.—Sealing in marriage.—Other sealing ordinances.
CHAPTER V. MODERN DAY TEMPLES.
Temple-site at Independence, Missouri.—Kirtland Temple.—Temple-site at Far West, Missouri.—Nauvoo Temple.
CHAPTER VI. THE GREAT TEMPLE AT SALT LAKE CITY—HISTORICAL.
Beginning of the work.—Early description.—Laying of the capstone.—Completion of the building and its dedication.—Dedicatory Prayer.
CHAPTER VII. THE GREAT TEMPLE AT SALT LAKE CITY—EXTERIOR.
Architectural style.—General description.—Emblematical stones.
CHAPTER VIII. THE GREAT TEMPLE AT SALT LAKE CITY—INTERIOR.
The Annex.—Corridors and rooms of the Temple.
CHAPTER IX. TEMPLE BLOCK.
The Old Tabernacle.—The Tabernacle.—General Service Plant
CHAPTER X. OTHER UTAH TEMPLES.
St. George Temple.—Logan Temple.—Manti Temple.
CHAPTER XI. CONCLUSION.
The Lesser or Aaronic Priesthood operative in ancient Temples.—The Higher or Melchisedek Priesthood operative in Temples of today.

About the Author
James E. Talmage was one of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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  • BN ID: 2940149429431
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 4/4/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
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