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Nephite Philosophy of Life
|Title||Nephite Philosophy of Life|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1927|
|Authors||Evans, John Henry|
|Date Published||September 1927|
|Keywords||Holy Ghost; Nephites; Obedience; Philosophy|
This article claims that Nephite leaders and teachers possessed a distinct philosophy regarding life. For instance, God demonstrates an impartiality towards the human race, the Holy Ghost is available to direct one’s life, the principle of freedom is attached to obedience to divine law, an eternal view of things is advanced as opposed to the limited temporal view that mankind is prone to take.
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