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|Title||Six Nephite Judges—a Study in Integrity|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1977|
|Authors||Moss, James R.|
|Date Published||September 1977|
|Keywords||Chief Judge; Government; Integrity; Judgeship; Laws; Legal; Nephite|
Evaluates and praises the integrity of several Nephite judges. Brings out four principles that they observed: (1) law, not personality, authority or force, governs society; (2) law was to be determined by the voice of the people; (3) prophets as God’s agents communicate proper principles of law; (4) laws were established through a spiritual foundation.
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