Category Archives: Correlation

All about correlation. What it is, where it came from, and what it means for members of the LDS faith.

Temple Ceremony published in the Salt Lake Tribune in 1906

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The Mysteries of the Gospel

Now, I know what you’re probably thinking.  Something, something “deep doctrine,” and “here is what made this guy lose his testimony” or whatever.  But you’re off base. This is actually a link to the full text of the InfoBase CD’s … Continue reading

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Details About the Second Anointing From the Infobase CD

This CD was sold at the BYU bookstore with the intent of being given by the faithful to the faithful as a sort of preparation for receiving the Second Anointing. I detailed the content on the CD to reddit in … Continue reading

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The Survey That Changed the Temple

Full scan available here. Temple rituals modified in 1990 matching the least oral herpes transmission popular responses on the survey.

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Jesus Without His Beard

I’ve always wondered what would happen if a person were to remove Jesus’s beard.  Basically, I see images of Charles Manson fitting right in with the church’s curriculum without even being altered. I mean, leaders in the LDS faith are … Continue reading

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