Why do we re-dedicate temples?

Why do we re-dedicate temples?

Question   Gramps, Please I want to find out why we Re-dedicate Temples if it has already been dedicated for Sacred Purposes? Thank you! Joshua   Answer   Joshua, Temple re-dedication usually only occurs after some major change.  One of the more common events would be...
How many temples were built in Jerusalem?

How many temples were built in Jerusalem?

Question   Gramps, How many temples were built in Jerusalem and when? Elizabeth   Answer   Dear Elizabeth, The bible tells us the first temple was the Temple of Solomon built around 957 BC. This was to replace the portable tabernacle that they had used while wandering...
Can Jewish men wear their cap in the temple?

Can Jewish men wear their cap in the temple?

Question   Gramps, Can Jewish men wear their cap in the temple? Linda   Answer   Dear Linda, I confess I am a bit confused by your question, none the less I will try to help. First, I can only picture few times a non-LDS Jewish man would be in the temple: 1. Open...
Can we do temple work for same gender relationships?

Can we do temple work for same gender relationships?

Question   Gramps, When we do family history work for our family and come to a family member’s name that has entered into a legally recognized same-gender marriage, do we make any attempt to record that information? (realizing that it is more common that there may be...
Are missionaries allowed in temple prayer circles?

Are missionaries allowed in temple prayer circles?

Question   Gramps, Are missionaries allowed to be in the prayer circle in the temple and if not why? Dean   Answer   Hi Dean, Thank you for your question: Are missionaries allowed to participate in temple prayer circles? Having spoken with several recently returned...
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