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|Title||The Book of Mormon: Mosiah, Salvation Only Through Christ|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Series Editor||Nyman, Monte S., and Charles D. Tate, Jr.|
|Series Title||The Book of Mormon Symposium Series|
|Number of Pages||292|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University|
King Benjamin’s monumental address on service and the Savior; the powerful testimony and the martyrdom of the prophet Abinadi; the moving conversion stories of both Alma the Elder and Alma the Younger; the deliverance of Nephites from Lamanite bondage—this is the historically and doctrinally rich material of which this volume’s papers draw their themes. Other questions and issues are explored: What specific, vital lessons about following living prophets, making and keeping covenants, and developing Christlike qualities can parents draw from the book of Mosiah to teach to their children, and how can they effectively teach them those lessons? What political and social insights, as well as warnings, are implied by the similarities between the Nephite system of judges and the constitutional system of the United States? Other topics include an in-depth look at the priesthood calling and practices, the process of spiritual rebirth, and lessons on bondage.
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