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Temples
Temples

Temples in the Last Days Royden, Derrick

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Nonfiction

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Condition:

Very Good

ISBN:

0884946436

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1987

Category:

Religion, Spirituality

Author:

Rpudem Derrick

Edition:

First 3rd printing

Edition Description:

First 3rd printing

Publisher:

Bookcraft

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Item number:

11472391

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Temples in the Last Days Royden, Derrick Bookcraft, 1987, lst ed., 3rd printing, ISBN: 0884946436. Text clean and unmarked, binding tight. cover very clean with little if any sign of wear. This books deals with the lords command to build temples where he could dwell. This is about the purpose of temple work for the living and the dead, genealogical research, use in ceremony, the blessings of sacrifice and service. B W photos Mormon themed.
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