Study Guide Grading Policy

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Assigned Study Guides are worth 20-25% of my classes total grade and therefore represent a meaningful part of how I evaluate students.

The expectation for the assigned Study Guides is that they are completed independently and without the help of any other student.

Study Guides will be reviewed in class in their entirety and will be graded by each student individually.

If the student gives a good faith (honest and sincere in intention) response to the assigned question, then full credit should be given.

If the student did not complete the assigned question when the question was answered in class then the student should not receive credit for that question.

If the student’s answer is totally inadequate or mostly incomplete then the student should not receive credit for that question.

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Spelling Policy – All Classes

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Effective Monday, September 14, all spelling errors on tests will result in a 1/4 point deduction.

These deductions will be taken for every 4 errors, and for subsequent multiples of 4.

i.e. – 3 errors would result in no deduction; 6 errors would result in a 1 point deduction; 12 errors will result in a 3 point deduction.

Effective Monday, September 14, all spelling errors or formatting problems on submitted reports or journals will result in a 1 point deduction from the 35 possible points.

Improperly formatted headers, file names, or spacing will each result in a 1-point deduction.

Double-spaced entries can receive no more than 25 points out of a possible 35.

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Essentials – Questions for 11/24/15

  1. 10 matching
  2. What does Genesis tell us about the Trinity?
  3. What does the rest of the Old Testament tell us about the Trinity?
  4. What does Luke tell us about the Trinity?
  5. What does John tell us about the Trinity?
  6. What does Peter tell us about the Trinity?
  7. What does Paul tell us about the Trinity?
  8. How did the songs we listened to refer to the Trinity?
  9. How important is the Trinity?
  10. How does the Bible discuss the roles of the different persons of the Godhead?
  11. Diagram
  12. 2 Peter 1:20,21

Apologetics – Semester Exam Questions

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Chapter 1

1,2,3,4,5,7,12,13,14,19,21,23

Ravi – Why Don’t I Feel My Faith?

Neitzsche

Nihilism

3,5,8

First concept of language

14

[part two]

1,2,10

Chapter 2

2,3,4,5,8,9,10,13,15

“An Ancient Message”

4,10,15,19

[part two]

4,5,6,8,9,10,12,28

Chapter 3

2,3,5,7,8,10,15,16

“Jesus As They Saw Him”

6,7,10,11

[part two]

1,4,5,6

[part three]

8

[part four]

1,5

Chapter 4

2,3,4,5,7,8,9,12

“Is Christianity Beautiful?”

4,8,9,15,19,25,31,33,34

Chapter 5

4,6,9,13,14,15,23,24,25,26

“The Testimony of Science”

1,3,7,21,24

[part two]

3,9,12,13,17

Chapter 6

1,2,3,7,10,11,13,15,16,20,26

“Is Faith Delusional?”

nothing part one

[part two]

1,2

“Semi-transcendence”

“Delusions”

[part three]

1,4

[part four]

4,5,6,11,12

[part five]

5

Chapter 7

1,2,7,9,11,15,17,18,22,23,26

“Though the Fig Tree Does Not Bud”

Nietzsche

Aristotle

11,13,14

[part two]

2,10,11,14,15

Chapter 8

3,4,5,10,16,17,18,20,23

“What is Worthwhile Under the Sun?”

5,6,10

[part two]

5

[part three]

1

[part four]

Application Two

Application Three

4