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|Title||Lesson X. Sin and the Law|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1913|
|Secondary Authors||Kimball, Mary Connelly|
|Magazine||The Young Woman's Journal|
|Date Published||November 1913|
|Keywords||Alma the Younger; Atonement; Fall of Adam; Gideon (Polity); Law of Moses; Native Americans; Original Sin; Sin; Unpardonable Sin|
Introduction—Man prone to do evil—The testimony of David—Nations, families, individuals—Not only Satan, but God also, desires man—Provisions for remission of sin—Some Indian customs—The address of Alma to the people of Gideon— Admonishings against sin—Instructions to the ministers—The earthly origin of sin—The fallen angel—The word of Helaman—The original sin atoned for—The chief concern—The law of Moses—The gospel—The very appearance of evil denounced—The words of the prophets—Some offenses named — No sin where there is no law—The unpardonable sin—How gospel ceremonies came to the Indians—A memory gem.
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