The letters on the pulpits of the Mormon Kirtland Temple referred to the Mormon Church positions of those who sat in those particular seats. One pulpit was for the Melchizedek Priesthood, the other for the Aaronic Priesthood.
Mormonism teaches that after the resurrection, we can gradually attain perfection in body, mind, and spirit.
Although Mormon prophet Joseph Smith was a Mason, he did not attend many meetings, did not reveal the Masons’ secrets, and was not murdered specifically by Masons. Since Joseph Smith restored Mormon temple ordinances before he ever became a Mason, there is no connection between the symbols of the Masons and of the Mormon temple.
The positive family bonding that comes from hunting can be done at a firing range, the prophets have spoken abouit how wrong the killing of wild animals is.
Mormons must wait one year after a civil marriage for a Temple wedding to help them understand how important it is. Mormons should explain to non-Mormon relatives and friends how important temple marriage is.
Unlike black people of African origin, the Mormon Church allowed Australian Aborigines to hold the priesthood.
We cannot control our relatives lives and must respect their choices, even if we disapprove. God will reward us for patient service and enduring.
Mormons do not believe their leaders are perfect; only Jesus Christ is perfect. Thus Mormon Church leaders and even prophets make mistakes, but we are to respect their office and listen to them.
Mormon doctrine teaches us that there are different types of angels, some have bodies and some do not. Satan also has angels, but they never have bodies.
Personal experience seems to agree that newborns and toddlers may remember something of their pre-earth life.