Wednesday, December 12, 2012


In the true sense of the word, a discussion with the missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in archaic times meant to have one of several missionary teaching lessons called "discussions". There were six in all used in most of the world, but varied depending on a mission's president's agenda for his mission.
Each discussion covered certain principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ and teachings of the church. The lessons the missionaries taught included a script for the missionaries to recite, usually from memory, with prompts along the script to ask questions related to the content and relevant scriptural references.
Currently missionaries are authorized to use a book entitled Peach My Gospel for study and instruction to help them instruct investigators of the gospel.

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