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 Verse 1
- Why might Corianton be "worried concerning the resurrection of the dead"? How did Alma "perceive" this worry?
 Verse 2
- Why could there be no resurrection "until after the coming of Christ"?
- What does it mean for "corruption" to "put on incorruption"?
 Verse 3
- What does it mean that Christ "bringeth to pass the resurrection of the dead"?
- What does Alma mean by "mystery"? Does that just mean something lie things "which are kept, that no one knoweth them save God himself"? Or is something else meant here?
- Why might Alma have "inquired diligently of God" to know "concerning the resurrection"? Why would this have been of special interest to Alma? Was it just because of Corianton's concern, or for some other reason?
 Verse 4
- What does it mean to "come forth from the dead"?
- Alma teaches that "all shall come forth". Why is that significant?
 Verse 5
- Why doesn't Alma know how many times the resurrection will happen?
- What does it mean that "there is a time appointed" for the resurrection?
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