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    13. The Law of Justice and the Law of Mercy

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    H. Donl Peterson, “The Law of Justice and the Law of Mercy,” ... Chapter 13: The Law of Justice and the Law of Mercy H. Donl Peterson H. Donl Peterson ... relate to the justice and mercy of God (Alma 41:1–15)? 4. Why does a merciful Heavenly Father punish ...

    From The Book of Mormon: Alma, the Testimony of the Word

    "Hast Thou Considered My Servant Job?"

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    and divine justice similar to those in the book of Job. [5] In short, Job seems not to lay the same claim ... rather than with the larger question of its meaning. What Does Job Say about Retributive Justice ... and punishments—a notion sometimes called the doctrine of retributive justice. Many commentators detect in the book ...

    From Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament

    The New York Period, 1820-31

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    lost or stolen goods may be found” (see the legal definition of “Disorderly Persons,” The Justice’s ...

    From A Latter-day Saint Compass

    Mercy and Clemency: Salvific Principle and Legal Practice

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    scriptural sermons on the nature of justice and mercy is found in Alma chapter 42. Even a casual student of the Book of Mormon is likely familiar with the phrase “mercy cannot rob justice,” the answer ... Corianton. But why would Alma endeavor to teach Corianton the intricacies of the relationship between justice ...

    From The BYU Religious Education Student Symposium 2009

    An Answer to Apparent Anomalies in the Attributes of God

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    they often overlook more commonly ascribed divine characteristics that are contradictory, like justice ... merciful and just. The Bible states, “Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne: mercy and truth shall go before thy face” (Psalm 89:14). Justice and mercy are held by most Christians as vital ...

    From BYU Religious Education Student Symposium, 2010

    Terry B. Ball and Nathan Winn

    a law or commandment, they are placed in “the grasp of justice” and in a position to be “cut off ” (Alma ... and baptism. Through the mercy thus obtained and made available by Christ’s Atonement, the “demands of justice ... in the hands of Divine Justice, and mercy cannot rob justice, else God would cease to be God. Jesus ...

    Gedenkbuch (Memorial Book)

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    to be slain that his justice and judgment may come upon the wicked; therefore ye need not suppose ...

    From Under the Gun

    Lessons Learned

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    serving two clerkships—one for Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist of the United States Supreme Court—he ...

    The Muhammad-Joseph Smith Comparison: Subjective Metaphor or a Sociology of Prophethood?

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    50–90. [29] Georges-Henri Bousquet, Justice Francaise et coutumes kabyles (Algiers: Imprimerie ...

    Teaching the Book of Revelation: Five Considerations

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    By Richard D. Draper Teaching the Book of Revelation: Five Considerations Richard D. Draper Richard D. Draper (richard_draper@byu.edu) is a professor emeritus of ancient scripture at BYU.               If there is one book that often gets overlooked in cl ...

    From Volume 14 Number 1, 2013 of The Religious Educator

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