Alma The Elder

Alma The Elder

According to the Book of Mormon, Alma ( /ˈælmə/; c. 173 BC – c. 91 BC) was a Nephite prophet who established the Church of Jesus Christ in the Americas during the reign of the wicked King Noah. One of the Book of Mormon's greatest figures, he is sometimes referred to as "Alma the Elder" to avoid confusion with his son, also named Alma, who is often called "Alma the Younger."

Read more about Alma The Elder:  Alma's Conversion, Alma's Followers, Return To Zarahemla, Descendants

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Alma The Elder - Descendants
... Alma had several notable descendants in the Book of Mormon narrative as shown in the family tree below Alma the Elder Alma the Younger Helaman Shiblon Corianton Helaman Son of Helaman ...

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