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Constructing the Universe With Four Categories of Number

Jan 23, 2015  |   by: Steve Reed

“One and two are considered the parents of numbers, not really numbers themselves. And they give birth to the digits three through nine, in other words, trinity to the trinity of trinities. And with that and zero you can create […]

Videos of 2014 Temple on Mount Zion Conference

Dec 5, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

Source: TempleStudy.com The Interpreter Foundation has announced the availability of the videos of the presentations given at the 2014 Temple on Mount Zion Conference which took place on 25 October 2014 in Provo, Utah. Videos of each of the presentations are now […]

LDS Symbol Cards are GO For 2014!

Nov 18, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

You can now purchase LDS Symbol Cards at the following URL: http://symbolcards.com

The Shelf vs. The Garden

Jun 28, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

There is a phrase I hear repeated every now and then among members of the church. Typically when there is a an issue they come across that challenges their faith, they are able to either reconcile that issue one way […]

We Are Not Particularly a Symbol-oriented people

Apr 16, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

OneClimbs reader, Richard N., posted a portion of this quote in a comment a few days ago. He was kind enough to transcribe the full quote from an audio CD by S. Michael Wilcox. “Part of our problem is that […]

Most Temples Have a Theme

Mar 17, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

“According to Keith Stepan (former Managing Director of Temple Construction), many LDS temples are thematic, making use of a single visual motif to unify the exterior architecture and interior design and furnishings. These unifying motifs potentially point to a particular doctrine or concept.  At the Mt. […]

Why President McKay was “Disappointed in the Temple”

Mar 10, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

President David O. McKay once said that he was “disappointed” when he first went through the Temple and he explains why. I think this could be helpful to any who are preparing for the temple, or who are still trying to […]

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An LDS Meetinghouse in American Fork, UT Emphasizes 8

Feb 18, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

I was up in Utah for a wedding and while driving around American Fork I stopped my car when I saw this LDS meetinghouse. I was immediately reminded of a chapel here in Nevada that I really like. Just like […]

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Deliverance & Rebirth: Hidden Treasures in Alma 5

Feb 14, 2014  |   by: Steve Reed

I was preparing an Elders Quorum lesson and felt particularly drawn to Alma 5. I fell in love with this chapter during my full-time mission days and when I really, really read it, I was highlighting so much that I […]

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“The Lady Of The Temple” Conference via the Academy of Temple Studies

Dec 5, 2013  |   by: Steve Reed

This conference which took place on October 23, 2013, in Logan, Utah was filmed and posted here at the Academy of Temple Studies and at TempleStudy.com. First off, let me just say that I was really blown away by this conference; the […]