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Restoration: A Theological Poem in the Book of Mormon
|Title||Restoration: A Theological Poem in the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Journal||Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture|
|Keywords||Alma the Younger; Justice; Mercy; Poetry; Restoration (Doctrine of)|
The distinctive Mormon conception of God makes possible a logically coherent reconciliation of the facially incompatible laws of justice and mercy. The Book of Mormon prophet Alma clearly explains how these two great laws may be reconciled through the atonement and repentance that the atonement makes possible. Alma artfully illustrates the relationship between justice and mercy in a carefully crafted theological poem.
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