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October 30, 2020

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John KammeyerMay 13, 2020

Either one could be correct, but probably "ceremony." The Zeniffite people had already ratified him as their king, and now the rest of the group had to take the oath and swear obedience.

Kathleen Smith HowlettMay 12, 2020

Read some Royal Skousen and some Stanford Carmack. "Ceremony" translated from original manuscript text was actually "sermon" and was changed by early editors. Early English usage of "sermon" referred to a discussion or conversation, not what we think of as a sermon today.

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