Three respected BYU scholars share...
Parry, Donald W.
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Truman G. Madsen, Donald W. Parry, and M. Catherine Thomas, read by Lloyd D. Newell. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 2005, 2 CDs, 111 minutes.
"Christ the Creator of worlds has revealed that some of us were partners in the Creation (see Abraham 3:23-24; 4). However, through the temple, he makes all of us partners in procreation. The Only Begotten is the only begetter of life eternal. His 'life and light and spirit and power' are sent forth by the will of the Father. As in baptism, so in baptism for the dead, his blood is sanctifying power. . . 'Being born again,' the Prophet taught the modern Twelve, 'comes by the Spirit of God through ordinances.' The rebirth that climaxes all rebirths is in the House of the Lord. As Elder George F. Richards put it, 'The ordinances of the Gospel have virtue in them by reason of the atoning blood of Jesus Christ, and without it there would be no virtue in them for salvation'" from "The Temple and the Atonement" presentation.
"Many Saints in the Church hunger and thirst after greater righteousness and spiritual experience, just as our father Abraham did. The hunger is our birthright. . . Paul's letter is a powerful call to pay the price, to obtain the promise in spite of earth or hell, and to come all the way up the holy mount to the Lord Jesus Christ" from "Hebrews: To Ascend the Holy Mount" presentation.
The following essays are from the book Temples of the Ancient World: "Garden of Eden: Prototype Sanctuary, " by Donald W. Parry; "The Temple and the Atonement," by Truman G. Madsen; "Hebrews: To ascend the Holy Mount," and "The Brother of Jared at the Veil," by M. Catherine Thomas.
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