Homework for February 6 Learning Party

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Homework for February 6 Learning Party Empty Homework for February 6 Learning Party

Post by Admin on Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:32 pm

Part 1: Complete by January 23

Bible (Tim)

  • Read chapter 7 of How to Read the Bible for All its Worth.
  • Read chapter 3 of Scripture and the Authority of God.

Theology (Josh)

  • Print out and complete the scripture worksheet, "Election and Free Will."  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HdUQZImeoyhCDb3F5oPC0to71tJ1Q98g
  • Read Evangelical Theology, 490-511, 548-607.
  • Create a new post in the forum and answer two discussion points. Clearly indicate which questions you are responding to in your post. Your response to each question should be between 150-250 words.
  • 1.Can someone lose their salvation? If so, what would make them lose it? Select a few Bible passages that address this subject and briefly (1-3 sentences each) explain how the verse speaks to this question.
  • 2.Select a question from page 607 and write a response.

Part 2: Complete by February 9

Bible (Tim)

  • Fill out the interpretation flow chart.
  • Read the following passages: Mark 1:14-15, Matthew 13 - the "Parables of the Kingdom."
  • For each passage, write down your observations on what can be learned about the following four areas:
    1. Attributes of God – what is God like?
    2. The Gospel of God – how does this connect to the story of the gospel?
    3. The Son of God – how is Jesus revealed? Evidence of foreshadowing or unveiling?
    4. The People of God – what does this speak to us?
  • Answer the question: "What is the Kingdom"?

Theology (Josh)

  • Read Turning Points, chapter 7.
  • Fill out the History Journal for this chapter. Keep your completed journal in your theology folder.
  • Respond to at least one other person’s post in the forum. Your response should be between 100-150 words.
  • Think of one question you’d like to discuss at the learning party and post it on the question thread in the forum.

Communication (Jesse)

  • Prepare a 3-5 minute story with one main concluding point. Focus on the story, telling
    it well and using it effectively to make your point. At least 80% of your presentation
    should be focused on the story, 20% or less on the main point at the end.

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