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History: Whose Story? Lesson 6

The word remember is central to the message of lesson 6. On this tour we set up the fourth and final pillar in the Temple of Truth—history—and take a close look at the importance of maintaining a firm grip on the past. In the process, we see that a proper appreciation of historical context—in other words, our place in God’s “larger story”—is fundamental to an accurate understanding of almost every aspect of our lives. History provides us with indispensable insights into the meaning of existence, God’s plan and purpose for the ages, man’s responsibility toward the Creator, and his duty toward his fellow creatures. Learn more about the full curriculum here.

9/7/2019

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