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BWVW 101 Week 1 Notes.pdf

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These notes contain the blanks for the Biblical Worldview Notes Booklet and notes from the Weekly Reading from Week 1.
Biblical Worldview I
Dr. Van Engen
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Week 1 Notes Monday 8/29/16 Class verse: Psalm 86:!1 (KJV) Model prayer: Matthew 6:9-13 Extra Credit for this week: American Red Cross on 8/30 (12-6 pm) or 8/31 (2:45-7:30 pm) Wednesday 8/31/16 Blanks: NONE Friday 9/2/16 Blanks: opinions, evidence, ideas, rationality Required Readings: Becoming a Critical Thinker by Lew Weider  There are many ways in the English language that we use critical thinking to discern between synonyms, homophones, and homonyms. Personal beliefs and challenging opinions are part of critical thinking too.  Critical thinking is a process that gets people thinking about themselves and the world around them.  “Self-guided, self-disciplined process”; involves investigation, analysis, and self-corrective decision-making.  “Critic” comes from “Critic”  Know what you believe and why you believe it  Important steps: o rehearse  recognize and evaluate the evidence and opinions  notice if info is evidence or personal preference o reflect  reflect on meanings  “What do they mean by that?” o reason  Test reasonableness  Look at yourself: o Constantly evaluate your own beliefs, attitudes, values and opinions o Don’t pretend to know what you don’t know o Don’t blindly adhere to tradition Week 1 Notes  Ex) problem: mom cut off ends of ham, the daughter asked why; answer: Grandma did it  asked grandma, “Great- grandma did it”  asked great grandma, “The pan wasn’t big enough” o Seek clarification of terms o Explore many sides of an issue to give you more evidence to talk upon o Be eager to learn from your own experiences and other’s experiences  Experience is a great teacher Looking Ahead – always have your guard up and don’t just go with the flow but challenge ideas you are faced with to make good decisions


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