My cousin owns a very old copy of this game (the box is the same as the one seen at http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/262504/seek-the-original-...). In the box is simply 4 stacks of question cards and answer sheets for the questions. Since we are unclear of the rules of the game, we made up our own:
On a player's turn, he or she rolls a D6 and on an outcome of:
1- Answer an Old Testament question
2- Answer a New Testament question
3- Answer a Book of Mormon question
4- Answer a Doctorine & Organization question
5- Choose a catagory to answer a question from
6- Score 5 points and end your turn.
If you answer the question correctly (or recieve a bonus blessing), score the number of points as mentioned on the card.
On either a right or wrong answer to a question (or after recieving a bonus blessing), your turn ends.
We play first to 121 points using a cribbage board.
-To be fair, you may wish to allow every player to have an equal number of turns. If there is a tie for winner, continue playing until only one player has the most points after all players have had an equal number of turns.
-My group that plays this game knows very little about the questions asked in this game (which makes the game quite fun!). Because of this, rolling a 6 is usually (pardon the pun) a blessing. Because several of the questions when answered can be worth 10, 15 or 25 points, rolling a 6 in this variant would be most likely be a world of hurt for someone who can answer these questions well. In that case, a roll of 6 could be either a scoring of 5 points or choose a catagory.