New Testament: Acts–Revelation Learning Assessment Study Guide
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    “New Testament: Acts–Revelation Learning Assessment Study Guide,” Seminary Learning Assessments (2016)

    “New Testament: Acts–Revelation,” Seminary Learning Assessments

    New Testament: Acts–Revelation

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    Doctrinal mastery questions: Understand the doctrines taught in the doctrinal mastery passages.

    Context and content questions: Understand some of the key accounts and associated principles.

    Doctrines and principles: Understand major doctrines and principles taught in the New Testament.

    • When prophets began prophesying of the Restoration of the gospel (see Acts 3:21)

    • Blessings for understanding that we are God’s offspring (see Acts 17:28)

    • What is necessary for the ordinance of baptism to be complete (see Acts 19:2–6)

    • What is necessary to be justified from sin (see Romans 3:24–26; see also Moroni 10:32–33)

    • Blessings of being a spirit child of our Heavenly Father (see Romans 8:16–18)

    • How to understand the things of God (see 1 Corinthians 2:10–11, 14)

    • What is possible because of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (see 1 Corinthians 15:20–22)

    • An understanding of the dispensation of the fulness of times: what it is and what it includes (see Ephesians 1:10)

    • Who the firstborn of Heavenly Father’s spirit children, the Creator of all things, the head of the Church, and the first to be resurrected is (see Colossians 1:12–19)

    • Truths for preparing for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ (1 Thessalonians 5:1–6)

    • Truths about Jesus Christ: His roles and characteristics (see Hebrews 1:1–3)

    • Truths that govern individuals receiving the priesthood (see Hebrews 5:4)

    • What we can do when we lack wisdom (see James 1:5–6)

    • The doctrine of salvation for the dead: why the gospel is preached to those who have died (see 1 Peter 4:6)

    Key scripture phrases: Understand the meaning and significance of key scripture phrases.