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The author must have forgotten that God forbade the Jews to eat pig.
See Leviticus 11:7, Deuteronomy 14:8, Isaiah There is no evidence of high-temperature smelting in ancient American cultures.
(See information concerning temple recommend interviews and questions.) Gospel truths taught in the temple were first revealed in the days of Adam.
Anciently, temples, tabernacles and other holy places were used by God to transmit gospel knowledge to His people through His prophets.
These observations leave critics grappling with two fundamental questions: What moral authority does Mormon scripture have concerning other matters if it contains oppositional ideas about race?
Upon what moral authority does our current prophet speak if revelations made by past prophets are no longer valid?
It should be the goal of every member to be worthy of entry into the temple, to receive the ordinances there for themselves, and to return often to do work for the dead.
Worthiness for entry includes things such as acknowledging a faith and testimony of the Godhead, the atonement, and the restoration of the gospel; acknowledging sustaining all leaders of the church; living the law of chastity; paying a full tithe; not supporting, affiliating or agreeing with groups whose teachings or practices are contrary to the church's.
The LDS temple ceremony has many parallels to Masonic rites, and for good reason: Joseph Smith introduced the rites into the LDS temple about two months after becoming a Freemason himself, and fourteen years after his brother Hyrum and (possibly 34 years) after his father both became Freemasons.
Within the temple the most important and sacred LDS ordinances are performed.
Regardless of a person's righteousness, without these ordinances, they cannot attain the highest degree of God's glory in the hereafter.
Such knowledge was lost during the apostasy and restored by Joseph Smith, beginning with the Kirtland temple and culminating in the Nauvoo temple.
Within the temple worthy members receive sacred instruction and saving ordinances.