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Korihor: The Arguments of Apostasy
|Title||Korihor: The Arguments of Apostasy|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1977|
|Authors||Riddle, Chauncey C.|
|Date Published||September 1977|
|Keywords||Antichrist; Apostasy; Korihor|
Korihor’s arguments (Alma 30) are examined. He argues naturalistic empiricism (knowing all truth by the senses, which disqualifies the spiritual), humanism (success comes only by human means), and relativism (the individual judges his own actions according to his own criteria).
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