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Jordan BellJanuary 9, 2014
Just a question in regards to Adam and Eve. The text suggests Adam and Eve were adorned at creation in priestly apparel. So could the accounts of Adam and Eve being naked be viewed the same way that Hugh Nibley refers to Noah's nakedness? Rather than nude, simply dressed below standard for the occasion of the Father's immediate presence. Having learned the difference in glories, they attempt to enhance their clothing with fig leaves, and thus be able to endure Gods presence?
jgDecember 15, 2013
This was very interesting and informative. It is great that there are scholars who understand these things and share it so all (that are interested) may learn. I am always looking for Temple information to expand my understanding and to comprehend the Temple better. I feel it is important to understand the Temple.
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