The following issue of the FairMormon Papers and Reviews was written by Andrew I. Miller. The Greek word musterion (most commonly plural: musteria) had a specific meaning in the ancient world during the early Christian era. It is, of course, the etymological source of our English word “mystery” which denotes something that is secret or […]

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