cult temple

cult temple

A temple devoted to the worship of a divinity, as distinguished from a mortuary temple.
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To refer, on the other hand, to the sacred ephod as Yahweh's "jockstrap" and to cultic objects as "sex toys"; to Yahweh as a "top" who possesses the dick of death and to Joseph as a "sissy boy"; to cult temple prostitutes as "holy hustlers" and ecstatic prophets as "dancing queens"; or to the prophet Ezekiel as the inventor of the porn industry's "money shot" and the retreat of Jephthah's daughter to the wilderness in the company of other female virgins as an early "wimmin's music festival"--this risks imposing a facile contemporary relevance upon ancient texts whose complex meanings seek to be recovered, and raises questions regarding the audience for whom the author is writing.
There he pits himself against Gregory Belkin, leader of the worldwide cult Temple of the Mind.
It is possible to speak confidently of cult temples in New Kingdom Egypt but those of the Old and Middle Kingdom are a lot less well understood.