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    Editor's Note

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    students learn saving truths and become free through Jesus’ saving sacrifice. Of course, there are other ...

    From RE 13, no. 2 (2012) of The Religious Educator

    5. Lehi and Nephi: Faith unto Salvation

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    understanding. To attain this principle of faith, we must follow the principle of sacrifice.   Let us here observe, that a religion that does not require the sacrifice of all things never has power ... the faith necessary unto the enjoyment of life and salvation never could be obtained without the sacrifice ...

    From The Book of Mormon: First Nephi, the Doctrinal Foundation

    Preface

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    Theirs was a sacrifice of devotion and a gift to God. They gave their very best in spite of difficult ... the project to completion in spite of intense persecution. Insights are also provided into the sacrifices ... will be forever indebted. Their faith, sacrifice, devotion, integrity, and character are a rich legacy for me ...

    From Nauvoo Temple: A Story of Faith

    An Expanded View of the Israelite Scapegoat

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    Isaac, to Mount Moriah and there sacrifice him to the Lord. Hugh W. Nibley says that according to Jewish tradition, “Isaac offered himself as a free-will sacrifice on the Day of Atonement with Abraham functioning ... and the Ram Once God commanded that Abraham should sacrifice Isaac, God’s justice demanded that Abraham do ...

    From Selections from the 2005 Religious Education Student Symposium

    The Atonement and the Resurrection

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    with a finite mind to comprehend that infinite sacrifice of the Savior. I do not pretend to be able to plumb ... in the testimony of Jesus while they lived in mortality; and who had offered sacrifice in the similitude of the great sacrifice of the Son of God, and had suffered tribulation in their Redeemer’s name. All these had ...

    From Volume 7 Number 1, 2006 of The Religious Educator

    Chapter 2: The Atonement and the Resurrection

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    with a finite mind to comprehend that infinite sacrifice of the Savior. I do not pretend to be able to plumb ... and who had offered sacrifice in the similitude of the great sacrifice of the Son of God, and had suffered ... What interests me particularly there is that phrase “who had offered sacrifice in the similitude ...

    From By Study and by Faith

    Chapter 7: The Role of Christ as the Father in the Atonement

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    and slain” (15:5–7). In this final act of self-sacrifice, in allowing himself to “be led, crucified, ... That is why Amulek could say “there should be a great and last sacrifice; yea, not a sacrifice of man, neither of beast, neither of any manner of fowl; for it shall not be a human sacrifice; but it must be an infinite ...

    From By Study and by Faith

    The Fatherhood of Christ and the Atonement

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    In this final act of self-sacrifice, in allowing himself to “be led, crucified, and slain,” when at any moment ... 432. [8] That is why Amulek could say “expedient that there should be a great and last sacrifice; yea, not a sacrifice of man, neither of beast, neither of any manner of fowl; for it shall not be a human sacrifice ...

    From RE 1 (2000) of The Religious Educator

    Teaching Old Testament Laws

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    by Jesus Christ. [11] Preparatory or carnal laws included animal sacrifice, [12] ... [15] (see Exodus 12: 27; Exodus 13:15). [16] Animal sacrifices [17] ... the sacrament and the Passover meal, focusing on how Saints today can offer the sacrifice of a broken heart ...

    From Volume 8 Number 3, 2007 of The Religious Educator

    Eli and His Sons: Some Lessons for Parents

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    of Eli earned their bad reputation. For the priests to obtain their rightful portions of the sacrifices ... presenting the sacrifice before the fat was burned and before the meat was boiled (1 Samuel 2:15–16). ... of the sacrifice. [5] If the one who was presenting the sacrifice refused to hand over ...

    From Volume 2, No. 2, 2001 of The Religious Educator

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