Modern LDS Temples are opened to the general public only prior to dedication. Following the dedication, only Mormons who meet certain standards of conduct are allowed to enter. It wasn’t the case in Nauvoo and Kirtland however. There were exhibits of Egyptian mummies in Kirtland, and there was dancing in the Nauvoo Temple. We’ll talk to Dr. Richard Bennett, a BYU professor in Church History and Religion and we’ll talk about some of the other things that were open in these two temples.
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