Can you visit the great Mormon Church in Salt Lake City without joining first?
In short, no. Only Mormons are allowed inside any temple, and although they don't all the time, they have been known to even throw people off the property. They usually save that for people who are famously non-Mormon, and for people causing trouble.
Thanks, I wanted to confirm information I got from a friend who visited SLC. Sapper in light of your answer would the exclusivity of the Mormon Church make its rites a contradiction of the inclusive call that Jesus set forth in the Great Commission?
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