Category: Religious Studies 25

The Myth of Catholic Irrationality

Read and respond to The Church Opposes Science: The Myth of Catholic Irrationality by Christopher Kaczor. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s),

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Freedom of Conscience, Tudor Style

Read and respond to Freedom of Conscience, Tudor Style by Sean Murphy. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments

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Who’s on First?

Read and respond to Who’s on First? by J. Budziszewski. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments – agreeing

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The Reasons to Believe

Read and respond to The Reasons to Believe by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments –

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The Problem of Evil

Read and respond to The Problem of Evil by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments –

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It can’t be wrong if it doesn’t hurt anyone

Read and respond to It can’t be wrong if it doesn’t hurt anyone by J. Budziszewski. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s),

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Faith and Reason

Read and respond to Faith and Reason by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments – agreeing

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What’s Good About Sex?

Read and respond to What’s Good About Sex? by J. Budziszewski. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments –

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Can You Prove That God Exists?

Read and respond to Can You Prove That God Exists? by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own

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Can we be good without God?

Read and respond to Can we be good without God? by J. Budziszewski. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own

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Science and Religion

Read and respond to Science and Religion by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments – agreeing

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The Argument from the Divinity of Christ

Read and respond to The Argument from the Divinity of Christ by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your

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Exposing Relativism: Three Stories

Read and respond to Exposing Relativism: Three Stories by J. Budziszewski. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments –

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Who is Jesus?

Read and respond to Who is Jesus? by Peter Kreeft. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments – agreeing

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What Being Human Means

Survey: [polldaddy type=”iframe” survey=”408C13A7B8C3327D” height=”auto” domain=”dsader” id=”being-human”] Discuss Explain these statements: All other natures on earth are commands; only human nature is an invitation. Guilt is one of the many qualities that separate humans from beasts. Baby : cub =

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New Testament Study Guides

Yes, these files are free to download and use for your Bible study. These are provided as a supplement to the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible: New Testament. Matthew .. 16pp (150kb) Mark .. 10pp (128kb) Luke .. 15pp (146kb) John

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Religious Studies 25: Pay it Forward Assignment

Directions: Answer the six part question below. The page titled, Movie Study Assignment Rubric, will be used to access this assignment. It can be found on the left side (sixth from bottom) under pages. When finished, print off your response and hand in

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World Religions Project Rubric

God’s Not Dead Assignment

Directions: Answer ALL of the questions below.  The page titled, Movie Study Assignment Rubric,  will be used to assess this reflection.  It can be found on the left side under pages (5th from the bottom). When finished, print off your

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God’s Not Dead Reflection

Directions: Answer ALL of the questions below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages. When finished, print off your response and hand

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Oremus Bible Browser Link

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Religous Studies: The Human Experience Reflection #2

Directions: Answer the question below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages. When finished, print off your response and hand in or

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Religious Studies 25: Who is Jesus? Webquest

Directions: Use Google images, to search for artist’s portrayals of Jesus. Pick out the  artist’s picture that  BEST portrays the Jesus as you believe he was.  COPY  the image and place it into a word document. Write a brief explanation

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Religious Studies: The Human Experience Assignment

Directions: Answer the questions below.  The page titled, Movie Assignment Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (fifth from bottom) under pages.  When finished, print off your response and hand in

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Religious Studies: The Human Experience Reflection #1

Directions: Answer ONE of questions below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages. When finished, print off your response and hand in

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Religious Studies 25: Little Buddha Reflection Question

Instructions:  Answer the questions below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages.  When finished, print off your response and hand in or

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Religious Studies 25: Pay it Forward Reflection

Directions: Answer the following two questions.  Print your response and hand it in or email it to me.  The page on the left titled, Reflection Rubric, will be used to evaluate your response. Introduction: A Los Angeles reporter, Chris Chandler,

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RS World Religions Research Project

Religion 15:  Western World Religions:  Christianity, Islam & Judaism Religion 25:  Eastern World Religions:  Hinduism or Buddhism Religion 35:  Eastern World Religions:  Confucianism, Taoism & Sikhism Objectives: To explore the great world religions . To produce a visual creation to

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RS 25: Inherit the Wind Reflection #1

Directions:  1)  First, click on the link  Christian views on Hell and skim some of the information.  This is to give you some concept of  how Christians understand hell.  Also read Pope Benedict XVI’s view on hell by clicking on

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RS 25 Inherit the Wind Reflection #2

Directions:  Select ONE s of the two questions below and answer the question.  Your answers must reflect what you have learned in class.  The rubric used is called Reflection Rubric and is found in the pages on the right.  Answer

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Movie Study Assignment Rubric

RS 25/35: Remember the Titans Assignment

Introduction: Read  Unequal Access: Canadian Race Relations Canadians tend to think that racism is more prevalent in the United States, but not so much in Canada.  The above report seems to say otherwise. Questions:  (answer three of the following) What

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RS 25/35 Reflection: Is Racism a Social Justice Issue in Canada?

Is racism a problem in Canada?  We as Canadians like to see ourselves as a tolerant, multicultural society, but are we.  Read at least three of these articles and you decide. Racism on the Canadian Prairies Survey on Racism (2015)

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RS 25/35: Remember the Titans Background Info for Assignment

For some  information regarding the story of the Titans and the historical accuracy  behind it, see Remember the Titans.  For some information about T. C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. Read the History section and Football and Remember the

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RS 25: Catholic Social Teaching Assignment

Answer the following questions: 1)  What is Social Justice?  Write at least two definitions.  Provide the source of your definition. ——————————————————————————————- Major themes from Catholic Social Teaching Life and Dignity of the Human Person Call to Family, Community, and Participation

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RS 25: Tuck Everlasting Assignment

Explain how this movie (story) is a parable.  What specific characteristics does this story have that meet the criteria of a parable? Be as specific as possible and discuss all the characteristics of a parable. What is the surprise that

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RS25: Tuck Everlasting Reflection

Answer the following question.  The rubric page titled, Reflection Rubric will be used to grade this reflection. Use the following to answer the question Angus Tuck takes Winnie out onto the lake and tells her the following: “Look around you,

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RS 25: Who is Jesus? (Assignment Two)

Directions:  What follows in bold is the verses from a parable found in Matthew 21:28-31.  Under each verse are some questions which are intended to help you understand the parable’s message and to relate it to your world today.  Address

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RS 25: Who is Jesus? (Assignment One)

Lets review what has been learned in class.  You are expected to know this. Kingdom of God:  What was Jesus Talking About? Central to Jesus’ identity, his life, his mission and message, and all of his words and actions is

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RS 25: Jesus is Central to the Christian Faith (Key Teachings)

Central to Jesus’ teachings is Love.  Jesus did not actually use the word love all that much.  He spoke more often of the results or expressions of love:  service to others, compassion, forgiveness, and reconciliation.  According to the teachings of

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