How are they going to take the NuSkin tower out so it looks like the picture?
the Boston Massachusetts temple is actually in Belmont, Massachusetts and the
Washington, DC temple is in Kensington, Maryland.
So.... where's the "emphasis" supposed to be placed on this new
temple name???(((Special punctuation added by this author, for
clarification purposes)))Is it supposed to be:
Provo-City...CENTER...Temple ??Or is is supposed to be:
Provo...CITY-CENTER...Temple ??Or would it be:
Provo-City....CENTER-TEMPLE ??Regardless, I'm the one who
recommended (back in October) that they name it the "PROVO PIONEER
TEMPLE", and I have to say I STILL think that would have been the best name
Joseph Walker wrote: "Ending months of speculation and thousands of name
recommendations since plans for the new temple were announced..."Really? THOUSANDS of name recommendations??? How did that happen, and I
never heard about it?!! Why wasn't I invited to that party? Was there a
public contest to "Name That New Temple!" ? Did the Brethren
set up a toll-free hotline so church members could call in their ideas and
suggestions for names? ;^)Last October, when I recommended on
this comment board that the Church name the new temple the "Provo Pioneer
Temple", another reader chastised me for presuming to tell the Brethren what
to do. And now Mr. Walker tells us that there were "thousands" of
recommendations made. Guess I started a hot new trend, after all!
Then the old Provo Temple needs a new name to differentiate between the two on
an even level. Since they are both temples in Provo--Provo temples--then the old
one needs a new name to set it apart as not just... *THE/a* Provo temple, but...
*which* one of the Provo temples! Otherwise it would be like errantly implying
that the Provo City Center Temple "isn't really one of the Provo
temples."So I propose that we rename that one as "Provo
North Temple."Neither is the "Atlanta Temple" in
Atlanta. It's in Sandy Springs. Hmm... why not "Sandy Springs, Georgia
Temple"? But at least it is in the Atlanta metro. area.
@Maxx: With the way the Provo MTC is growing lately, they might rename that one
the the "Provo MTC Temple." ;)
Oh my goodnes people, we don't need to list every temple that isn't
named after the city it is in. That would be way too long. I for one am happy
with the name of the Provo City Center Temple. I think it fits well with where
It seems the artist forgot about a few of the surrounding structures.
@ Town CrierWhat a horrible idea! Everyone knows the Scera movie
theater does not have stadium seating or THX sound.Think like a
moviegoer . . . for once.Sheesh!