This is a very fascinating analysis of symbolism that brings up several things I'd never considered. However, there is a question I've always had since the first time I attended the temple to receive my endowment. If the fig leaf aprons are a symbol of shame (or even a devil-inspired counterfeit), why do they remain an important part of the complete ceremonial clothing even to the end of the endowment ceremony?
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