Scripture Roundtable 13: D&C Gospel Doctrine Lesson 9

(Originally published on 6 February 2013.)

This is a Scripture Roundtable from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss Doctrine & Covenants Gospel Doctrine Lesson #9, covering the organization of the LDS Church (D&C 20, 21, 27, 115), bringing in various insights to help us better understand the scriptures. These roundtables will generally follow the 2013 Gospel Doctrine schedule of scriptures, a few weeks ahead of time.

Panelists for this roundtable include Bryce Haymond, Daniel Peterson, and Mike Parker.

This roundtable is also available as an audio podcast, and will be included in the podcast feed. You can listen by pressing the play button or download the podcast below:


5 thoughts on “Scripture Roundtable 13: D&C Gospel Doctrine Lesson 9

  1. Just a note to confirm to you (Dan Peterson) that these roundtable discussions are indeed useful to those who listen to them. I love the insights and historical background that these discussions offer. As someone who has been a member for almost 50 years, I’m eagerly awaiting every new episode as if I were an investigator just hearing the Gospel for the first time. Thank you again for taking the time to share these things with members around the world. I look forward to the next discussion.

  2. Thank you! Thank you for taking the time to do this. I didn’t realize how much I’d been missing this type of discussion and insight after teaching 4-year-old gospel doctrine for the last few years.

  3. Mike, can I get some help/references on the changes to water in the sacrament? You mentioned the 1906 change. The question came up on Sunday and I would like to be able to provide some more insight. I spent time looking last night, but wasn’t able to come up with anything “official.”

    I really enjoy these, thanks for doing them.

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