ta horata kai ta aorata (τά ὁρατά καὶ τά ἀόρατα):
Greek phrase meaning “the seen and the unseen.”
Talmage, James E.:
(1862–1933) An Apostle in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who wrote about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ and the doctrine of the Church.
Temple of Herod:
The rebuilt temple of Zerubbabel in Jerusalem that was begun about 19 BC and was the temple Jesus attended. Work on the Temple and its grounds continued until its completion in AD 62.
Temple Square, Salt Lake City:
The city block in Salt Lake City, Utah, on which the Latter-day Saints dedicated the Salt Lake Temple in 1893. In addition to the finished temple, the square also contains other buildings and beautiful gardens.
The Holy Ghost:
The third member of the Godhead, a personage of spirit.
One of the original twelve Apostles.
A large town located on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. It was built by Herod Antipas in honor of Emperor Tiberius (Luke 3:1).
Tomb of Lazarus:
The traditional site in Bethany where Lazarus was first buried and then came forth at Christ’s command.
(ca. 1494–1536) Translated the Bible into English from Greek and Hebrew. Though he finished the New Testament, he was executed before he could finish the Old Testament.