The Moral Basis of a Free Society
by H. Verlan Andersen
Copyright © 1995
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Table of Contents
Now Ammon being wise, yet harmless, he said unto Lamoni: Wilt thou hearken unto my words, if I tell thee by what power I do these things? And this is the thing that I desire of thee.
And the king answered him, and said: Yea, I will believe all thy words. And thus he was caught with guile.
And Ammon began to speak unto him with boldness, and said unto him: Believest thou that there is a God?