Redeemed from the Fall

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(This is an excerpt from the book The Infinite Atonement by Tad R. Callister.)

How could the negatives of the Fall, namely physical and spiritual death, be corrected, amended, and reconciled in the eternal scheme? Of what value was a posterity or godly knowledge if men and women were doomed to remain in the grave, separated from the presence of their God? There was no solution without a Redeemer— someone who would atone, redeem, reconcile, and make amends for these negative conditions.

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