Celestial Symbols: Symbolism in Doctrine, Religious Traditions and Temple Architecture
The Lord's Plan of Salvation is deeply interwoven with symbolic representations. This is especially so with respect to Christ and His atonement, baptism, and the temple. In this book, Allen H. Barber lists over 300 symbols, explains their meanings and tells how the Lord uses them to teach His plan of salvation through the scriptures, the prophets, and in the temples.
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Miscellaneous Geometric Symbols
The Eternal Nature of the Universe
The Earths Creation and the Garden of Eden
Pointing Towards Christs Atonement
Probation in the Physical World
The First Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel
The Lords Commandments
The Family Sealed for Time and Eternity
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Adam and Eve Alma Alpha and Omega angels atonement baptism baptized behold blood body Book of Mormon Brigham Young celestial glory celestial kingdom Christ of Latter-day Church of Jesus circle commandments covenant death Deseret Book Discourses of Young door earth earthly Elder endowment enter Eternal Father evil exaltation Exodus Figure flesh Garden Garden of Eden God's gospel heaven heavenly Holy Ghost husband interlaced triangles Jesus Christ John Joseph Fielding Smith Joseph Smith Latter-day Saints live Lord Lord's mankind Manti Temple marriage Matthew mortal Moses Nephi ordinances Orson Pratt perfect person plan of salvation pre-mortal priesthood principles Prophet Joseph Smith proxy represent resurrection Revelation rosettes sacrifice Salt Lake City Salt Lake Temple Satan Saviors scriptures sealing serpent similitude spirit children spirit world square star tabernacle teach terrestrial things Thou shalt tion tree twelve universe unto Widtsoe wife