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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Articles of Faith came from a letter written to whom?
(a) Fred Bennett.
(b) Joseph Lacks.
(c) Alastair Guinness.
(d) John Wentworth.
2. What is a theocracy?
(a) A government based on religion.
(b) A government that makes alws about religion.
(c) A government run by a religious man.
(d) A government that has a religion.
3. Those who took multiple wives without being commanded to do so from the Lord were what?
(c) Expelled from Nauvoo.
4. Celestial marriage is also called what?
(b) Patriarchal Order.
5. The city of Nauvoo was given what other name?
(a) The Diseased.
(b) The Peaceful.
(c) The Swampy.
(d) The Beautiful.
Short Answer Questions
1. Joseph and whom, as well as others, were commanded to give themselves up for trial related to the destruction of the press?
2. Where is the endowment ceremony currently practiced?
3. Porter returned to Nauvoo, was arrested and taken to where?
4. By what date was the principle of celestial marriage revealed?
5. What did Emma use to heal people in Nauvoo?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why, after the fighting in 1838, were the members asked to gather at Far West?
2. What was the prophecy that Joseph Smith made in the spring of 1841?
3. What is the difference between sacred and secret?
4. Why did women, after Joseph Smith's death, try to seal themselves to him?
5. What was the ruin that a few men discovered in Far West Missouri?
6. What happened to those who took multiple wives without a commandment from God, and why?
7. What did the New York Herald say in its obituary about Joseph Smith?
8. How were the Articles of Faith developed?
9. What was one reason that the hostility towards Mormons was deep and far-flung?
10. When Joseph Smith gave himself up to Governor Ford in Springfield, what did he spend his time doing?
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