“Doctrine and Covenants 1–75 and Joseph Smith—History Learning Assessment Study Guide,” Seminary Learning Assessments (2016)
“Doctrine and Covenants 1–75 and Joseph Smith—History,” Seminary Learning Assessments
Doctrinal mastery questions: Understand the doctrine taught in the doctrinal mastery passages.
Context questions: Understand some of the major events or accounts that surround and give background to a particular passage.
Oliver Cowdery’s witness that the work of Joseph Smith was of God (see D&C 6:22–23)
Truths learned from the First Vision (see Joseph Smith—History 1:11–20)
The general timeline of key events: the First Vision, Joseph receiving the golden plates, the restoration of the priesthood, the organization of the Church, and the move to Kirtland, Ohio
Doctrine and principles: Understand major doctrine and principles taught in the Doctrine and Covenants.
Principles that govern revelation: receiving revelation (see D&C 9:7–9), recognizing revelation (see D&C 8:1–5), discerning true revelation from false ideas (see D&C 50:10–36), and understanding that the prophet receives revelation to guide the Church and that those with callings receive revelation for their responsibilities (see D&C 28:1–7)
What the Doctrine and Covenants teaches about the Atonement of Jesus Christ (see D&C 29:30–45), baptism (see D&C 20:72–74; 22:1–4), the sacrament (see D&C 20:77, 79; 27:1–2), gifts of the Spirit (see D&C 46:8–26), marriage (see D&C 49:15–17), preparation for the Second Coming (see D&C 45:32, 39, 57), scripture (see D&C 68:2–4), the law of consecration (see D&C 42:30–42), and the Book of Mormon (see D&C 20:8–12)
Key terms: Understand the meaning of key terms.