Outline of Exam Question: question 1
Outline of Exam Question: question 1 Rel 150
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Midterm Examination Outline 10112015 Question 1 What is the reason for studying Christianity even if it is not your religion Go into detail give speci c examples Convince me that you understand why an academic knowledge of Christianity makes sense Saying Jesus died for our sins is not part of a correct answer Reasons to study Christianity 0 Personal reasoning 0 My religion is Lutheran o I took con rmation when l was in 7th and 8th grade I wanted to see if my teachings from a religious point of view match up from an academic point of view 0 I wanted to expand my knowledge of the Bible further than I already had 0 Academic knowledge reasoning 0 To understand peoples actions today 0 To be able to relate to media references or when others use religious passage to make a current point 0 Being such a large religious group there is no way I could go about my life and not come across a reference towards them So I would rather understand what those references are then just watch blindly Ex movies television newspaper articles etc
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