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designed to address the seven ultimate questions.
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THE THEO Discussion Syllabus Sections
Section A: Introducing The Ultimate Questions
Updated! 10 pages, 459k.
Section B: Discussion Work Sheets
Please download this section and read the directions on page 1 before printing and hole-punching.
Section C: Supplementary Materials
Updated! Articles and diagrams to inform our in-class discussion. Currently 16 pages, 719k.
Section D: THE THEO Discussion Glossary
Updated! Please download and peruse this section. Currently 15 pages, 290k.
Section E: Reccomended Reading & Resources List
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Section F: Discussion Flowcharts
Updated! Documentation of the complete first cycle of classroom discussions. 15 pages, 370 k.
Section S: Syllabus Section Dividers
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Supplementary Stand-Alone Articles
Is Morality Relative?
Tabitha Thiemens draws arguments from an array of sources to shred the
moral relativism of our day and point us to the only possible source of
morality (9 pages, 658k).
The Cityward Mind Of God
manifesto for city transformation, this 35-page treatise provides the
biblical basis for going beyond traaditional evangelism and interacting
with our neighbors in pursuit of cultural change (2.6 mb: please be patient while this large file downloads).
Polishing Our Hermeneutical Glasses
introduction to biblical
hermeneutics (interpreting the Bible), this study presents 21
principles for interpreting Scripture. We highly recommend this document for students of the Scriptures. (35 pages (18 if duplex printed), 436k.)