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Read the essay, “God Creates By Speaking Into the Chaos,” in your Foundations Bo

Read the essay, “God Creates By Speaking Into the Chaos,” in your Foundations Book. Write a critique from a movie that involves the themes of creating beauty, order, and relationship out of chaos. You must interact with the workbook theme and use the film as an example of creating in chaos. No Christian affiliated movies (God is Not Dead, Fireproof, Courageous, etc.) Do not just summarize the movie. If you just summarize the movie and not interact with the theme, you will fail this critique.
Your answer must reference the corresponding reading in the Foundations workbook and the resources on Canvas.  If you do not reference these sources, you will receive a zero on this assignment.  You must begin learning how to use sources in your answers. An example paper is attached

Genesis says: God creates out of the void & darkness. This week we are talking a

Genesis says: God creates out of the void & darkness. This week we are talking about chaos. If God created everything does that include chaos as well?
Your answer must reference the corresponding reading in the Foundations workbook and the resources on Canvas.  If you do not reference these sources, you will receive a zero on this assignment.  You must begin learning how to use sources in your answers. See attached

Keep in mind that we are studying 3 major elements in this course: Basic Bible k

Keep in mind that we are studying 3 major elements in this course:
Basic Bible knowledge
How to read the Bible more effectively
How people use the Bible to frame a Christian worldview.
In particular, I want you to pay attention to some of the problems of reading the text and be able to list out not only the problems but also the promises of different interpretations.  Many Christians today read the Bible and make the Bible conform to what they already believe or what they hear from someone else. Can we read into the Bible whatever we want? What keeps us from doing this?
This will prepare us for some of the work next week: big ideas or themes. So be thinking of this–after 2,000 years of Christianity how have we developed a Christian worldview? And also be thinking about this: how have you developed your own particular worldview and your own particular agenda when you read the Bible?
Your answer must reference the corresponding reading in the Foundations workbook and the video on Canvas.  If you do not reference these sources, you will receive a zero on this assignment.  You must begin learning how to use sources in your answers.
Please see link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9uZOuidyzM&list=PL2vKR2H35bTiQ1XA_vAsv3tfG-ivvlVRe&t=2s

For this critique, you will analyze the 3 worldview examples linked below to see

For this critique, you will analyze the 3 worldview examples linked below to see how other successful students have written their final papers. You can really do anything you want with this critique. Basically, I want you to think about how the writers are thinking as they construct their worldviews. Students ask us, “What do you mean by worldview?” For some students this is an entirely new idea and construct. Thus, we are showing you what the final project looks like–the end zone, if you will. We have provided 3 excellent worldview papers from former students–all very different. We want you to read these 3 papers and analyze, think about, critique, agree or disagree, BUT think carefully HOW these students think about their worldviews. You can interact with 1, 2 or all 3. And please, pay close attention to grammar and spelling.
This critique you are going to write is all about the end goal. We are showing you excellent “A” papers from past students. When we started offering this course 8 years ago many students did not even know what a “worldview” is, and they had no idea how to write the final paper. We then decided to do Critique 1 as an exercise in reading and evaluating the end goal–the final worldview paper. This class is all about the question: “What is a Christian worldview?” For some, this is a personal and academic answer; for others, this is an academic answer only. Notice that the question is “What is A Christian worldview?” not “What is YOUR Christian worldview?” Some students come from a Christian worldview and some do not. We want you to begin framing an answer to this by practicing self-reflection, careful reading, and critical thinking. Read the examples provided and analyze how they write their papers. And it’s wide open here. You can choose one, or two, or three. You can compare/contrast. You can agree with one, two, or three–but give good reasons and no sermons please. Once again–this is showing you the final and most important assignment here in the beginning to give you concrete ideas as we begin the class.​

Requirements: Once you have selected your topic, make sure it interest you and m

Requirements: Once you have selected your topic, make sure it interest you and make sure the topic isn’t too board.  Create a working outline for your paper.  Create bibliography and ensue you have sufficient quantity and that they are substantive and reliable sources.  Write 5 pages research paper on your given topic. The paper must conform to MLA standards.  Please make sure NO PLAGIARISM as we will run it through our system.
Topic: The Importance of a Christian Worldview
My thoughts on attention grabber: 
“What is the difference between those who have a Christian Worldview and to those who do not?”  or
“Why is having a Christian outlook important?”

Describe briefly how the theory of interdependence articulated by Linda Land-Clo

Describe briefly how the theory of interdependence articulated by Linda Land-Closson in “Decolonizing Ourselves: Looking toward the Gospel and the Margins” (pp. 196-97) might help people to develop a “Beloved Community” that would overcome racism and create greater respect for the dignity of women and immigrants
Please give references in the text when you either quote or take ideas not commonly known, e.g., (Valentin 88). At the end of each essay add a bibliography of works cited.
may eventually be read by other faculty to see how well you have achieved the goals of the Core curriculum related to Field 1, the Justice attribute, and the Advanced Writing Intensive skill attribute.

Mark Allman proposed different theories of justice in his work Who Would Jesus K

Mark Allman proposed different theories of justice in his work Who Would Jesus Kill? Among them were the Deontological, the Consequential, and the Virtue theories. After reading Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ evaluate with examples for each which of the three theories is most likely to promote “the integral ecology” that Pope Francis advocates in chapter 4 of Laudato Si’.
Please give references in the text when you either quote or take ideas not commonly known, e.g., (Valentin 88). At the end of each essay add a bibliography of works cited.
may eventually be read by other faculty to see how well you have achieved the goals of the Core curriculum related to Field 1, the Justice attribute, and the Advanced Writing Intensive skill attribute.

This final essay should be approximately 2000 words, double spaced. You should p

This final essay should be approximately 2000 words, double spaced. You should provide at least six peer reviewed sources to help substantiate points made throughout your essays. Just as with the Mini Essays, you must use Chicago Style for references. At the beginning of your essay, please write out fully which prompt you will be writing about
PROMPT
• What role does karma play in Buddhism? Who does it affect, and how does it affect them in this life, the afterlife, and the next life?