New Testament Doctrinal Mastery Posters

New Testament Doctrinal Mastery 8.5×11 posters with reference and rhyme (Example: Baptize me – John 3), and key doctrinal statement. The color on the reference corresponds to the doctrines as follows: gray-Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge, purple-Godhead, light blue-Plan of Salvation, red-Atonement of Jesus Christ, green-Restoration, brown-Prophets and Revelation, yellow-Priesthood and Priesthood Keys, orange-Ordinances and Covenants, pink-Marriage and Family, blue-Commandments. Color Key included. The posters are pdf files which can be printed on a home printer or at a print shop. Other sizes – 2 to a page and 6 to a page included below. Also included are New Testament Doctrinal Mastery scriptures all on one page and a New Testament Doctrinal Mastery list of references, rhymes, and key statements all on one page.

 

 

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34 Comments

  1. Candy Washburn

    Thanks so much; this is just what I was looking for!

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  2. Debi Jones

    Thank you so much for these beautiful posters! They will be a tremendous help to me and the students!

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  3. Melodie Bennett

    What font did you use for the references? I already marked my scriptures in slightly different covers so I have to change a few..

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    1. Natalie Hill

      It’s called NewWGL4 Font

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  4. Kim

    Thank you so much for this. As a seminary teacher who works and has 5 kids I need all the free help I can get. You are a blessed soul.

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  5. Julie

    I love these, but I can’t print color at home. Are these able to be printed as jpeg photos? They downloaded as Adobe Acrobat Documents.

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    1. Jenny Smith

      Send the PDFs to a print shop, or better yet, get help from one of your Seminary students who has a color printer.

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  6. Loni

    These are wonderful! Thank you so much for your talent and for sharing with us! These will all be hung up in our seminary room.

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  7. kimber

    First of all, these are fabulous. Thank you. Secondly, I’m pulling a blank, I’ll apologize in advance! How does Matthew 5 hold your light high rhyme? Do I need to say it a certain way (rhythm)? What am I doing wrong? Thanks!

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    1. Natalie Hill

      Some are not true rhymes but if the long ‘i’ sound is emphasized it helps ;)

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  8. Andrea

    Bless your heart for making such amazing pdf’s! Thank, thank you!

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  9. Terri Watson

    These are so amazing and beautiful! Thank you so much!

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  10. Colleen Barrett

    I love these! Fantastic job! Do you have them in pocket-size? Maybe around 2 1/2″ by 4″ (or 8 on a page?)

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    1. Natalie

      I have 4×6 with a little white space at the top size in a jpeg file. If you’d like that give me your email and I can send it to you

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      1. Debbie Buckner

        I need them too if you could send me a jpeg file. These are wonderful and will really help. thank you for all your talent and efforts.
        Debbie

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        1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

          Sure. I just need your email address.

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  11. Cynthia

    Thank you! My students will be so happy to have these and able to remember the scripture references much better!

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  12. KAREN JOHNSON

    Thank you so much for the updated doctrinal posters! Is there a way to print them side by side – 1/2 page – for a smaller set?

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    1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

      I have 4×6 with a little white space at the top size in a jpeg file. If you’d like that give me your email and I can send it to you

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      1. Kerry

        Hi Natalie,
        Would you mind sending me the 4×6 size? Thanks so much! Kerry

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      2. Kerry shull

        I sent you a message asking if you could please send me the 4×6 size but in case my email didn’t go through……it’s [email protected]. If you have both sets, that’d be great!

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  13. Kathy

    I LOVE your posters and would like to use them this semester. Is there a way I can shrink them to fit all 25 on a page that my students can fit in their journals? Or fit 9 on a page for flash cards? Thank you so much for sharing these!

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    1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

      I have 4×6 with a little white space at the top size in a jpeg file. If you’d like that give me your email and I can send it to you.

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  14. Kirsty

    Hi Natalie

    I love your Doctrinal Mastery posters! Thank you so much for spending the time to make them. We are just gearing up in Australia to start teaching New Testament next week – we have school February to December.

    If still possible, could I please have a copy of the 4 x 6 jpeg file?

    Thanks so much!

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    1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

      Sure. I just need your email address.

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      1. Velenti Lindquist

        Thank you for helping us not re-create the wheel!!

        I’d love a smaller copy as well. Thx in advance!

        [email protected]

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  15. Terry Trombley

    Could you send the 4×6 JPEG to me?? Thank you so much. I know these will help. We are struggling finding ways to remember. I can put these on my wall under each basic doctrine. Especially with the 4x 6 size. Thanks again for all your work! So glad there are talented people out there who are willing to share with those of us less fortunate!!!

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    1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

      Sure. I just need your email address.

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  16. Diane Peterson

    These are absolutely wonderful! I would love to get your 4×6 size.
    I noticed that one person wondered if you had them all to fit on one page?
    Thanks for your amazing talents and for sharing them with us!
    Diane Peterson

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    1. Natalie Hill (Post author)

      I’m happy to send them to you!

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  17. Stephanie

    These are fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Stephanie

    I love these! I, too, would love to get your 4×6 sized cards. These would be great to give to my students. Will you please send them to me or post them here?

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  19. Velenti Lindquist

    I would love the 4×6 size as well. Thanks!

    [email protected]

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  20. Rebecca

    Thank you for these great posters! They are well done. Im excited to use them to help my seminary students learn these better.

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