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A must for every Gospel Doctrine, Seminary, or Institute teacher and student. Making Precious Things Plain is a new series of gospel study guides for the four standard works of the Church.
This 13 Volume set of Gospel Doctrine study guides is without question, the most comprehensive and fully documented work of its kind in the Church. Dr. Randal S. Chase, a veteran CES and Institute instructor, provides insights into the background, meaning, and chronology of the scriptures in a relaxed and understandable style.
The stories, quotes, examples, maps and illustrations are unequaled in any other reference guide of its kind in print today. Readers will find their information, clarifications, and quotes valuable assets in their personal study.
This product acts as a Teaching Aid for the following lesson
Book of Mormon, Church History, New Testament, Old Testament, Pearl of Great Price
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It covers Church history and the revelations in the Doctrine and Covenants from the birth of Joseph Smith in 1805 through the beginnings of the Kirtland and Missouri periods. We learn concerning the First Vision, the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, the restoration of the priesthood, and many early revelations given to individual members of the Church.
This set of study guides includes Making Isaiah Plain and Making Jeremiah Plain: two essential tools for understanding the somewhat mysterious writings of these two major Old Testament prophets.
It begins with a discussion of the importance of studying the Old Testament, and the role of Jesus Christ in the Plan of Salvation and His selection as our Savior in the premortal council in heaven. We read concerning the process of creation, the placing of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and their fall into mortality. We learn briefly about Cain and Abel, followed by brief discussions of all the patriarchs from Adam to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
An unusually large volume, it covers most of the Book of Acts, the New Testament epistles, and the Book of Revelation. We read of Saul’s conversion and then follow him as the Apostle Paul as he takes his five major journeys throughout the Mediterranean area. This volume is the third of three study guides on the New Testament.
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