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Doctrine & Covenants > Section 110
- 1 Historical setting
- 2 Brief outline and summary
- 3 Detailed discussion
- 4 Relation to other scriptures
- 5 Text transmission and circulation
- 6 Complete outline and pagemap
- 7 Questions for further study and reflection
- 8 Footnotes
- 9 Additional resources
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Brief outline and summary
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Relation to other scriptures
Related sections and chapters
- D&C 110 is one of several sections that were added to the Doctrine & Covenants for the 1876 edition, along with D&C 2, D&C 13, and D&C 132. These additions cause the Doctrine & Covenants to begin with Malachi's promise in D&C 2 that Elijah will return and restore the priesthood sealing keys and an account in D&C 13 of John restoring the first set of preparatory keys, and to finish with an account of the fulfillment of Malachi's promise in D&C 110 and with discussions of the exercise of those keys through proxy baptism in D&C 127 and D&C 128 and eternal marriage in D&C 132 (further bookended by the Preface in D&C 1 and the Appendix in D&C 133).
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Text transmission and circulation
- The oldest surviving copy of D&C 110 is __.
- D&C 110 was first published in __.
- D&C 110 was first included in the Doctrine & Covenants in the 18__ edition.
- The text of D&C 110 in significant editions of the Doctrine & Covenants can be found at: <NEED TO UPDATE REFERENCES>
- Changes to the text of D&C 110:
Complete outline and pagemap
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Questions for further study and reflection
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