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Write a 500–800 word (1.5–2.5 pages, double spaced) critical evaluation in light

Write a 500–800 word (1.5–2.5 pages, double spaced) critical evaluation in light of the five-act Christian theo-drama of one theological improvisa …

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Did it upset you?

Write a three-paragraph, 150-word reflection. A paragraph for each article.
You can respond to the reading in any way you see fit. Did you enjoy the reading? Were you annoyed having to read it? Were you confused by it? Did you learn something new? Was there something surprising about the reading that challenged your views? Was it funny? Was it tragic? Did it upset you? Do you think the source you read was biased in some way? How did that bias color the way the author described events? Did this reading remind you of something in the world today? Are there lessons to be applied today? Was this reading personal to you? The sky’s the limit! Feel free to discuss only a single aspect of the reading. It does not have to be holistic. If you’re unsure what to write, you can choose to respond to one or more of the six guided reading questions included at the top of each reading. The best practice is to address at least one guid

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Explain how this theme is related to and supports the topic of love in the passages selected.

Part I: Articulating the Christian perception of the place of love within the Scriptures. In this section, you will be presenting, to the best of your ability, how Christianity would attempt to articulate ideas based upon your Scripture selections.
Identify and explain how one passage from the Old Testament and one passage of the New Testament are interrelated and conducive to discussing the Christian understanding of love. Note that the passages do not necessarily need to be talking about love overtly. They may be passages, for example, which themselves support the understanding of God’s love and loving activities.
Identify a second, underlying or related theme within your selected passages that is theologically connected to the theme of love that is found in the passages you selected for step 1. Explain how this theme is related to and supports the topic of love in the passages selected.
Identify and explain how Verbum Domini or Dei Verbum contains elements which help to make sense of your presentation of the scripture passages. This section will require at least the use of two quotations with effort spent thoroughly explaining your choices.
Part II
Formulate your own response to the integration you articulated in Part I of the paper. You may agree with it and add arguments or disagree with it and consider critical arguments. This second section of the paper will begin with a thesis statement in the form of either: “I agree…” or “I disagree…”
In this second part of the paper, you will integrate your own understandings of God, yourself, and the world with the material in the course and specifically your selected passages.
In this section, you will need to consider and explain at least one counterargument to your rationale. You must respond to the counterargumebcint and explain your response.

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What do you think of ahab’s character (good, bad, in between);

Read 1Kings 22:1-40
Summarize the whole account in one paragraph, then address the following questions:
What do you think of Ahab’s character (good, bad, in between);
What do you think of Jehoshaphat?
What do you think of Micaiah’s character?
What can you learn about God’s character from this
text (try to be precise)?
What explicit lessons can you learn from this story that you can appbcily to your Christian life?

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The passage associatbcied with this paper is acts 9:36-43

There is two templates that need to be followed. Both templates will be downloaded onto the order.
The writer should not use any previous papers from University.
The passage associatbcied with this paper is ACTS 9:36-43

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Do not wait until the last moment to read the articles.

Article Journal (First Paper):
Two articles can be found on the class website. The Article Journal is simply a synopsis of ONE of these
articles. DO NOT wait until the last moment to read the articles. The material can be a little difficult, and
you will probably need to read through it more than once. The assignment will be a typed, double-
spaced, 12- font paper detailing what the article was about and MUST include your thoughts and ideas
on the topic (agreements, disagreements, likes, dislikes, other thoughts, etc). The paper needs to be at
least 4 full pages. This is a one-time assignment, and there is no need for outside research (simply use article provided).
What to read
Use one of these two articles for the paper:
Fides et Ratio – chapter 4 – The Relationship Between Faith and Reason.docxDownload Fides et Ratio – chapter 4 – The Relationship Between Faith and Reason.docx
Evil and the Meaning of Life Links to an external site.
Note: Only read “Evil and the Threat to Meaning” from Evil and the Meaning of Life.
Requirements
1. The paper must be double-spaced, 12-font, and a minimum of 4 full pages. Your file must be a document file, not PDF or text. The extension must be either .doc or .docx
2. It must be APA Style: 7th edition, Student Paper Style. If you aren’t familiar with this, please look at the APA website or the Library Resources for Students to the left of this page.
3. Remember 85% of the paper must be original. That means you cannot have more than 15% of direct quotes. Any report that uses more than that will be penalized.
4. The Article Journal must be submitted here. Remember, it is worth 20% of your grade.
5. The Article Journal is due at midnight, Friday, the last day of the 3rd week of class. Do not email your paper to me, submit it through Canvas. After you submit your paper, check your email daily; if there is a problem with the paper, I’ll email you using your UIW email address. I usually grade your papers within 24 hours of submission.
Late Policy
a. 1 – 24 hours (1 day) – 10% deduction
b. 24 – 48 hours late (2 days) – 15% deduction
c. 48 – 72 hours late (3 days) – 20% deduction
d. 72 – 96 hours late (4 days) – 25% deduction
e. 96 – 120 hours late (5 days) – maximum 50
NO paper will be accepted more than 5 days late
Explanation of Paper
This paper is also called an Engaged Response Paper where students demonstrate knowledge of the article they read and clearly reflect on that article. Each paragraph should be 5 – 7 sentences and contain a topic sentence, supporting evidence, and a conclusion. There are two parts to this type of paper, the summary and the reflection; each contains specific details.
Summary:
1. Introduce the setting/ context of the piece (title and author)
2. Identify the major points made by the author, along with supporting evidence such as where it was found
3. The is a factual summary of the article
Reflections/ Response:
1. Contains a topic sentence that lets the reader know that this material is your opinion
2. Which ideas most resonated with you, and why?
3. How might your own life experience connect with some of these ideas?
4. How does this material interact with other ideas you have encountered in your classes or readings?
5. How migbciht you use this material in the future?

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Explain how this theme is related to and supports the topic of love in the passages selected.

Part I: Articulating the Christian perception of the place of love within the Scriptures. In this section, you will be presenting, to the best of your ability, how Christianity would attempt to articulate ideas based upon your Scripture selections.
Identify and explain how one passage from the Old Testament and one passage of the New Testament are interrelated and conducive to discussing the Christian understanding of love. Note that the passages do not necessarily need to be talking about love overtly. They may be passages, for example, which themselves support the understanding of God’s love and loving activities.
Identify a second, underlying or related theme within your selected passages that is theologically connected to the theme of love that is found in the passages you selected for step 1. Explain how this theme is related to and supports the topic of love in the passages selected.
Identify and explain how Verbum Domini or Dei Verbum contains elements which help to make sense of your presentation of the scripture passages. This section will require at least the use of two quotations with effort spent thoroughly explaining your choices.
Part II
Formulate your own response to the integration you articulated in Part I of the paper. You may agree with it and add arguments or disagree with it and consider critical arguments. This second section of the paper will begin with a thesis statement in the form of either: “I agree…” or “I disagree…”
In this second part of the paper, you will integrate your own understandings of God, yourself, and the world with the material in the course and specifically your selected passages.
In this section, you will need to consider and explain at least one counterargument to your rationale. You must respond to the counterargumebcint and explain your response.

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What do you think of micaiah’s character?

Read 1Kings 22:1-40
Summarize the whole account in one paragraph, then address the following questions:
What do you think of Ahab’s character (good, bad, in between);
What do you think of Jehoshaphat?
What do you think of Micaiah’s character?
What can you learn about God’s character from this
text (try to be precise)?
What explicit lessons can you learn from this story that you can appbcily to your Christian life?

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What to read

Article Journal (First Paper):
Two articles can be found on the class website. The Article Journal is simply a synopsis of ONE of these articles. DO NOT wait until the last moment to read the articles. The material can be a little difficult, and you will probably need to read through it more than once. The assignment will be a typed, double-
spaced, 12- font paper detailing what the article was about and MUST include your thoughts and ideas on the topic (agreements, disagreements, likes, dislikes, other thoughts, etc). The paper needs to be at least 4 full pages. This is a one-time assignment, and there is no need for outside research (simply use article provided).
What to read
Use one of these two articles for the paper:
Fides et Ratio – chapter 4 – The Relationship Between Faith and Reason.docxDownload Fides et Ratio – chapter 4 – The Relationship Between Faith and Reason.docx
Evil and the Meaning of Life Links to an external site.
Note: Only read “Evil and the Threat to Meaning” from Evil and the Meaning of Life.
Requirements
1. The paper must be double-spaced, 12-font, and a minimum of 4 full pages. Your file must be a document file, not PDF or text. The extension must be either .doc or .docx
2. It must be APA Style: 7th edition, Student Paper Style. If you aren’t familiar with this, please look at the APA website or the Library Resources for Students to the left of this page.
3. Remember 85% of the paper must be original. That means you cannot have more than 15% of direct quotes. Any report that uses more than that will be penalized.
4. The Article Journal must be submitted here. Remember, it is worth 20% of your grade.
5. The Article Journal is due at midnight, Friday, the last day of the 3rd week of class. Do not email your paper to me, submit it through Canvas. After you submit your paper, check your email daily; if there is a problem with the paper, I’ll email you using your UIW email address. I usually grade your papers within 24 hours of submission.
Late Policy
a. 1 – 24 hours (1 day) – 10% deduction
b. 24 – 48 hours late (2 days) – 15% deduction
c. 48 – 72 hours late (3 days) – 20% deduction
d. 72 – 96 hours late (4 days) – 25% deduction
e. 96 – 120 hours late (5 days) – maximum 50
NO paper will be accepted more than 5 days late
Explanation of Paper
This paper is also called an Engaged Response Paper where students demonstrate knowledge of the article they read and clearly reflect on that article. Each paragraph should be 5 – 7 sentences and contain a topic sentence, supporting evidence, and a conclusion. There are two parts to this type of paper, the summary and the reflection; each contains specific details.
Summary:
1. Introduce the setting/ context of the piece (title and author)
2. Identify the major points made by the author, along with supporting evidence such as where it was found
3. The is a factual summary of the article
Reflections/ Response:
1. Contains a topic sentence that lets the reader know that this material is your opinion
2. Which ideas most resonated with you, and why?
3. How might your own life experience connect with some of these ideas?
4. How does this material interact with other ideas you have encountered in your classes or readings?
5. How migbciht you use this material in the future?

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Studia liturgica, 38(2), 219–241.

Must reference these 4 texts
** Herzig. (2018). “Understanding” Sacramentality. Studia Liturgica, 48(1-2), 167–169.
** MCPARTLAN. (2008). Catholic Perspectives on Sacramentality. Studia Liturgica, 38(2), 219–241.
** Sherry. (2008). The Sacramentality of Things. New Blackfriars, 89(1023), 575–590.
** Coulter. (2013). The Whole Gospel for the Whole Person: Ontology, Affectivitbciy, and Sacramentality. Pneuma, 35(2), 157–161.