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An important aspect of this trivia game--and probably any trivia game in general--is providing sources for questions. There are three reasons for this: One, it backs the host up when there is confusion, both the players and the host. The writer of the question may have been incorrect. Two, it allows players to know where to look for more information. Three, it's easier when verifying the answer for whatever reason.

This page lists the sources used in the game and goes over the format of questions and answers.

Formatting

Questions

It's important to read the question and the choices before answering. Questions have up to three parts:

  1. The category of the question followed by a colon. If there's no category, it's Wild.
  2. The question
  3. The choices followed by closed parenthesis.

Some choices appear in the question instead of at the end but will still include a letter followed by a closed parenthesis to indicate how to easily select the answer.

The question writer may not be the host, so the host will use quotation marks to indicate copied text. However, if the host feels that quotation marks will give hints, the host will remove them and make a note in the answer.

Answers

Answers have many sections:

  1. If the question has choices, the letter(s) appear first, separated by commas if necessary, ending with a colon.
  2. The correct answer with a period if it's a complete sentence. Parenthesis indicate it's not necessary to get the question correct. If applicable, the period is outside any parenthesis.
  3. Comments by the question writer or the host appear next in parentheses and are complete sentences. Quotation marks indicate that someone else wrote the comments.
  4. One or more sources with a minimum of one.

Sources display MLA style inside brackets ([]) or braces ({}). Braces indicate that the host didn't write the question, especially if the host changes anything. This is to give credit. URLs do not appear in the channel for security reasons.

The sections for questions and answers appear on one line unless the one line is too long due to IRC restrictions.

Sample Questions

This section contains some sample questions to show how all this works. In case people want to think about the answers, the answers all appear in the answer section below:

  1. At Christ's Second Coming, what will happen to Satan and his followers?
  2. Bible: Who was the first person to die?
  3. Book of Mormon: "Eat, drink, and be merry, for (blank), (two blanks); . . ."
  4. New Testament: "Render, therefore, unto (blank) the things which are (blank) . . ."
  5. Who said the following quote? "I am going like a lamb to the slaughter, but I am calm as a summer's morning."

Sample Answers

  1. They will be bound (for 1,000 years). [Lawrence, Larry R. “War Goes on, The.” Ensign, vol. 47, no. 4, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Apr. 2017.] [Revelation 20:1-3]
  2. Abel ("Cain and Abel were the first children of Adam and Eve. Jealous that his brother's sacrifice to God was more well-received than his, Cain killed Abel.") {Teich, Isadora. “Can You Score More Than 24/30 on This Tricky Bible Literacy Test?” HowStuffWorks, 22 Apr. 2018.}
  3. tomorrow, we die (Order matters.) [2 Nephi 28:7]
  4. Caesar/Caesar('s) (Commas around "therefore" added. Quote changed to match the KJV, but it doesn't change the correct answer and is still usable. "Jesus used a simple teaching tool, a coin, to instruct the Pharisees on the correct attitude toward paying taxes. Showing them that Caesar's image and name were on the coin, he told them the above adage. If you're wondering why there would be any debate about whether it was right to pay taxes, remember that Judea was occupied territory -- to pay taxes to the Romans might be seen as treasonous.") {Grey, Torrance. Will You Ace This Famous Bible Quotes Quiz? 21 Aug. 2018.}
  5. Joseph Smith or Jeremiah (bonus 25% for Jeremiah) (Joseph quoted Jeremiah.) [Zobell, Ralph R. "Commemorating the Anniversary of the Martyrdom at Carthage." Deseret News, 30 June 2012. D&C 135:4] [D&C 135:4]

Explanations

  1. The category is Wild due to no category displaying at the beginning of the question. "For 1,000 years" is in parentheses, so players don't need that to get the question right; however, that phrase by itself is incorrect. The source entry appears under Lawrence in the Sources list below.
  2. The category is Bible and an example of a copied question. The parenthesis and quotation marks indicate comments by the author of the question. The source entry appears under Teich in the Sources list below.
  3. The category is Book of Mormon and is an example of a fill in the blank question. Blanks appear spelled out and in parentheses to encourage players to read the question.
  4. The category is New Testament and is an example of a copied question and a fill in the blank question. Note the parentheses around the apostrophe S: possessive form not required. The host modified this question, however. The original question quoted the NIV, but the Church uses the KJV. The source entry appears under Grey.
  5. The category is Wild due to no category displaying, either, and is an example of a question with a bonus answer. For this question, the question writer is thinking that players will think it's Joseph due to the story being more famous; however, any player that answers Jeremiah is also correct. Because the host feels most people will put Joseph, Jeremiah gets an extra 25%. The source entry appears under Zobell.

The sources in the above questions match what would appear in the game itself. Notice there's no links or URLs; however, the complete entry, including URLs, appears in the Sources list below.

The next section talks about resetting questions used.

Reusing

The host tracks questions used and if anyone got it right in the first part. The reason is to have no repeating questions. The bonus round ignores the used aspect.

At some point, the host will clear the used questions. When marking questions unused, the scores change based on if someone got it right in the first part. If it's a multiple choice question, the choices' order, the wording, or both may change. Changing the points will not cause the point values to go outside of ranges for the question type.

Sources

Source information in answers in the game may appear shorter than shown here. There are no URLs because of security reasons and to use less text.

Furthermore, more information may exist in answers, which includes page numbers, chapter numbers, and/or maybe a panel number. For example, one source is the scripture storybooks produced by the Church for children: Book of Mormon Stories, Old Testament Stories, New Testament Stories, and Doctrine and Covenants Stories. These books have pictures with text. Sometimes, the page number is not available, so the host gives other information and modifies the entry to point to the chapter and then adds the panel number.

The list is alphabetical by author then title according to MLA rules. If there's no author, it's under title. For more information, Purdue University put an online resource for the MLA format and many others.

Some sources will not have individual MLA entries, because people should already know how to find them; however, an entry for the collection appears. The following list shows sources without an MLA entry for each subsection or book:

These are the standard works the Church created and printed. The Joseph Smith Translation is his attempt to make the Bible better or understandable. The Church's version of the Bible has excerpts with Joseph Smith--Matthew being the biggest. These sources show the book, chapter, and verse in the following format: [JST] <book> <chapter>:<verse(s) using commas and hyphens> [(JST)]; [JST] [<book> <chapter>:<verse(s) using commas and hyphens>] [JST]. Brackets mean it is optional, so it appears if applicable. The location of JST has no significance. Examples:

Sources Not Cited

Unfortunately, I got questions from sources that I cannot properly cite using MLA. I will put them here:

Occasionally, I play trivia games on DALnet, and I saw usable questions.

Works Cited

The following list is an abbreviated version of all sources used in the game. It removes extraneous information, and I moved links to the appropriate text that also open in new windows. There's two other versions with no links to get back to any other page on this site: The full bibliography and a Zotero report. The Bibliography is the full version of this Works Cited section with no edits. The Zotero report includes notes I took, but I removed Zotero links, because I don't want anyone to be able to modify my sources. The full report is about 3 megabytes, so it will take a while to load.

Some titles will have articles moved to the end. When sorting, articles don't count, but the software includes them when sorting. Also, because sorting algorithms place numbers before letters, some titles may have numbers spelled out if the original title starts with a number and affects the sorting.

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Adams, Vivian M. “Joseph Smith’s Boyhood Surgery: Mercy during a ‘Desperate Siege.’” Ensign, vol. 42, no. 6, June 2013, p. 66.
“Ammon: A Great Servant.” 1978. Book of Mormon Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997.
Andersen, Neil L. “Fruit.” Ensign, vol. 48, no. 11, Nov. 2019.
Anderson, Lavina Fielding. “Church Publishes First LDS Edition of the Bible.” Ensign, vol. 10, no. 8, Oct. 1979.
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Arave, Lynn. “Test Your Knowledge: LDS Church Trivia, Obscure Facts, Policies.” Standard-Examiner, 8 Sept. 2014.
Armstrong, Jamie. “7 Wonders of the Mormon World.” LDS Living, 19 Sept. 2017.
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“Authors and Composers.” 1985. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017.
Avant, Gerry. “1893: First Choir out-of-State Tour: Singers Compete at Chicago Fair, Have Concerts in 4 Cities.” Church News, 4 Sept. 1993.
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Ballard, M. Russell. “Chance to Start Over, A: Church Disciplinary Councils and the Restoration of Blessings.” Engisn, vol. 20, no. 9, Sept. 1990.
Ballard, M. Russell. “How the Lord Prepared the World for the Restoration.” Ensign, no. 49, Jan. 2020.
Barlow, Katie. “Phantom Scriptures Debunked.” LDS Living. Accessed 20 Jan. 2019.
Batdorff, Allison. “Cody Cave Offers inside View of Spirit Mountain.” Gazette Wyoming Bureau, 23 Feb. 2005.
Bednar, David. “Let This House Be Built unto My Name.” Ensign, vol. 49, no. 5, May 2020.
“Before the Old Testament.” Old Testament Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980.
Bello, Georgia W., and Betty Lou Cooney. “Popcorn Popping.” 1957. Children’s Songbook, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980, p. #242.
Benson, Ezra Taft. “Beware of Pride.” Ensign, vol. 18, no. 5, May 1989.
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---. “Come unto Christ.” Ensign, vol. 16, no. 11, Nov. 1987.
---. “Secret Combinations.” 1961. Latter-Day Conservative, 26 May 2008. www.latterdayconservative.com.
---. “What I Hope You Will Teach Your Children about the Temple.” Ensign, vol. 14, no. 8, Aug. 1985.
Benzley, Caroline H. “134 Years Young!” New Era, vol. 33, no. 11, Nov. 2003.
Berteaux, Kelsey. “17 Things People Get Wrong About Latter-Day Saints.” LDS Living, 20 Feb. 2018.
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Bingham, Kelly. “Joseph Smith Prophesied the Church’s Rise in the Rocky Mountains.” Moroni’s Latter-Day Saints Page. Accessed 26 Aug. 2018.
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“Brass Plates, The.” 1978. Book of Mormon Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997.
Can You Spot the REAL Hymn Title Among a Bunch of Fakes?” Third Hour, 28 Mar. 2018.
Cannon, George Q. Gospel Truth: Discourses and Writings of President George Q. Cannon. 1957. Edited by Jerreld L Newquist, Deseret Book Company, 2013.
Chase, The. GSN.
Children’s Songbook. 1980. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017.
Christensen, Danielle. “6 Times LDS Leaders Have Referenced the Story of Joan of Arc.” Deseret News, 30 May 2017.
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---. “Hiram Page – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Hyrum Smith Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Jacob Whitmer – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “John Whitmer – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
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---. “Joseph Smith Sr. – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Martin Harris – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Oliver Cowdery – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Peter Whitmer Jr. – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Samuel Harrison Smith – Biography.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
---. “Three Witnesses Viewed Plates – Details.” Joseph Smith Papers, The. Accessed 7 Aug. 2019.
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Coalition Seeks Safe and Compassionate Alternative to Utah’s Medical Marijuana Initiative.” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Newsroom, 23 Aug. 2018.
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Cornwall, Spencer. Stories of Our Mormon Hymns. Deseret Book, 1963.
Crawley, Peter. “Parley E Pratt: Father of Mormon Pamphleteering.” DIALOGUE: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Autumn 1982, pp. 13–26.
Critchlow, William J., III. “Manuscript, Lost 116 Pages.” The Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992.
Daily Themed Crossword. Play Simple Games.
DeHaan, Mike. “Did the Temple of Solomon Define Pie in the Bible?Decoded Science, 16 Dec. 2012.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf. “On the Wings of Eagles.” Ensign, vol. 36, no. 7, July 2006.
Doctrine and Covenants Stories. 1983. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2002.
“Doctrine and Covenants, The (August-November 1831).” 1983. Doctrine and Covenants Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2002.
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“Elisabeth and Zacharias.” 1980. New Testament Stories, 2nd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2005.
Eyring, Henry B. “Always Remember Him.” Ensign, vol. 47, no. 2, Feb. 2018.
Face to Face with Elder and Sister Bednar: Ask, Seek, Knock. Accessed 3 Oct. 2021.
Family Home Evening Resource Book. 1983. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997.
First Presidency and Council of the Twelve Apostles, The. “Restoration Proclamation.” Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, The, 5 Apr. 2020.
Flores, Romrik Joshua. “Ten Amazing Facts about The LDS Church.” Moronichannel.Org, 18 May 2016. www.moronichannel.org.
Flores, Romrik Joshua, and Moroni Channel. “How the Secretary to 3 Popes Became Latter-Day Saint.” Moronichannel.Org, 24 May 2020. www.moronichannel.org.
“Forty Years in the Wilderness.” Old Testament Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980, p. 90.
Fox, Luacine Clark. “Love One Another.” 1985. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017, p. #308.
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Gabriel, Charles H. and anonymous. “Away in a Manger.” 1980. Children’s Songbook, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017, p. #42.
General Authority or Harry Potter?Third Hour, 5 Jan. 2017. thirdhour.org.
General Authority or Star Wars?Third Hour, 5 Jan. 2017.
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Gibson, Stephen R. “Did Joseph Prophesy of Christ’s Return?One-Minute Answers. Accessed 24 Aug. 2019.
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Gibson, Stephen W. One-Minute Answers to Anti-Mormon Questions. Horizon Publishers & Distributors, 1995. Library of Congress ISBN.
“Gift of the Holy Ghost, The.” Gospel Principles, 3rd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2011.
Goff, Jeremy. “Could You Write The Book of Mormon? A 30 Point Challenge!MyLifeByGoGoGoff, 15 Apr. 2016.
---. “Do Latter-Day Saints Believe In Ash Wednesday And Lent?MyLifeByGoGoGoff, 10 Feb. 2016.
---. “Five False Doctrines That The First Five Articles Of Faith Correct.” MyLifeByGoGoGoff, 7 Feb. 2019.
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Gordan, Kathryn Jenkins. “4 Surprising Facts About the ‘Swearing Apostle’ J. Golden Kimball.” LDS Living, 2 June 2017.
Gorton, Clay. Ask Gramps - Q and A about Mormon Doctrine.
---. “How Can I Avoid Family Members Who Think They Can Siphon My Priesthood Power with Kabbalah and Magic?Ask Gramps, 3 Jan. 2019.
---. “My Friends Started a ‘School of the Prophets.’ Would This Be Considered the Beginning of an Apostate Group?Ask Gramps, 31 May 2017.
---. “Why Are Women Allowed to Speak in Church When It Is Forbidden in the Bible?Ask Gramps, 4 Jan. 2007.
---. “Why Do Latter-Day Saints Not Wear Masks at Church Functions?Ask Gramps, 25 June 2017.
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Griffiths, Casey Paul, et al. “What You Didn’t Know About Seven Major Church History Events.” LDS Living, Apr. 2017, p. 42.
Grow, Matthew J. “Thou Art an Elect Lady.” Revelations in Context, edited by Matthew McBride and James Goldberg, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2016.
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Harper, Steven C. “Knowing Is Nice but Not Enough.” Ensign, vol. 49, no. 1, Jan. 2020.
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Hayden, Chelsea. “How Is Christ Both ‘Jealous’ and ‘the God Who Sees Me’? 5 Hebrew Titles in the Old Testament Explained.” LDS Living, 3 Jan. 2022.
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Ingram, Aleah. “Giving Machines Bring In Over $2 Million.” LDS Daily, 4 Jan. 2019.
---. “Giving Machines Make Charitable Giving This Christmas Season Easy.” LDS Daily, 23 Nov. 2018.
---. “What Is the Funniest Moment From General Conference?LDS Daily, 30 Mar. 2015.
“Introduction: Our Heavenly Father’s Plan.” 1980. New Testament Stories, 2nd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2005.
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“Jesus Is Risen.” 1980. New Testament Stories, 2nd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2005.
“Jesus Makes the Earth.” Old Testament Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980.
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Johnson, Paul V. “Dangers of Priestcraft, The.” 2004. Teaching Seminary: Preservice Readings, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2002, pp. 106–11.
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“Joseph and the Angel.” 1980. New Testament Stories, 2nd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2005.
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Old Testament Stories. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980.
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“One Thessalonians and 2 Thessalonians.” New Testament Student Manual, 2nd ed., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2018.
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“People of Ammon, The.” 1978. Book of Mormon Stories, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997.
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---. “We’ll Bring the World His Truth.” 1983. Children’s Songbook, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017, p. #170.
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