Doctrine and Covenants 1–75 and Joseph Smith—History Learning Assessment Study Guide
    Footnotes

    “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

    Doctrine and Covenants 1–75 and Joseph Smith—History

    First Vision

    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)

    • The loss of the 116 manuscript pages and the principles Joseph Smith learned (see D&C 310)

    • 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

    • The messengers who restored the Aaronic and Melchizedek Priesthoods (see D&C 13; Joseph Smith—History 1:72)

    • The center place of Zion and the meanings associated with the word Zion (see D&C 57; True to the Faith: A Gospel Reference [2004], 189–90)

    Doctrine and principles: Understand major doctrine and principles taught in the Doctrine and Covenants.

    Key terms: Understand the meaning of key terms.