More About Temples

Do Mormons Believe Marriages Can Last Forever?Eternal marriage is an essential principle in Mormon doctrine. In the Bible, Christ taught that certain acts done in this life would be in force in heaven, “And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and...

Temples

To understand why Mormon beliefs dictate that Mormons should build temples is to understand what purpose temples fulfill. Mormon temples are houses of God–they are places of peace and holiness, sanctuaries from the outside world. In temples Latter-day Saints learn the...

Temples Underwear

Members of the Mormon Church, who have received the ordinance of the endowment, in a Mormon temple wear a special kind of underwear, most commonly referred to by members as the garment. Members wear the garment as a sign of being an endowed member of the Church.The...

Temples Eternal Marriage

Eternal marriage is an essential principle in Mormon doctrine. In the Bible, Christ taught that certain ordinances performed in this life would be in force in heaven, “And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth...

Temples Family History

The Mormon Church has the largest family history library in the world, and many people know that members of the Mormon Church are very interested in finding their ancestors; but why is this something that is so greatly supported by the Church? The reason is that...

Nashville Temple

After five and a half years the Nashville Tennessee Temple is finally completed and members are grateful. The original site for the temple was changed, because after three years of trying to gain approval, a court of law decided not to approve zoning, and the Mormon...
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