|Tempted to cheat
on some schoolwork?|
Before you do, read SNU's academic integrity policy
Are the "heathen" really lost?
How to listen to a boring lecture
Difficult group members
How to get a good grade in my classes
10 ways to avoid becoming a missionary
Knowing if you have a missions call
African martyr's commitment
Christian Thought was one of Southern Nazarene University's "General Education" courses. Required for all students, it was a basic, introductory Christian beliefs / doctrine / theology course taught from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective.
"We do not use deception, nor do we distort the word of God. On the contrary, by setting forth the truth plainly we commend ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God" -- 2 Corinthians 4:2
- Course syllabus
- What is a syllabus?
- Forms to turn in
- Creative learning methods
- Unproductive group members like Bossy and Slacky and Clock
- What does the SNU School of Theology and Ministry believe and teach?
- Study Sheet for "Wesleyan Perspective" article from Wesley Study Bible
- text The Apostles' Creed and a link to the Nicene Creed
- Nazarene statement on divorce
- Wesley's Holy Club self examination questions
- PowerPoint presentations
- I believe in God Do the "omni" doctrines give us a distorted picture of God? Alan Tippett proposes a different way of describing God.
- Responses to a Jehovah's Witness
- Jehovah's Witnesses slide show. A PowerPoint presentation that may be viewed online or downloaded. Includes history, doctrine, and practices of the movement and gives some suggestions on how to witness to them.
- Study guides for tests
- Sermons on holiness by Scott Daniels
- For those of you who like stories as learning tools, try this short story by V. S. Pritchett: "The Saint."
- Looking for something good to read? Check out the book reviews put together by retired Point Loma professor (and my brother-in-law) Gerard Reed
- Focus on the FamilyArticles and information on moral and ethical concerns
- Improving the papers you hand in
Most class assignments will be submitted online via Moodle.
- How to cite internet sources in your papers [ explanation and examples ]
Most courses at SNU contain a writing component.
I expect students to produce written work that is focused, well developed, organized and relatively free of grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Papers falling short of this standard will not be graded. That work will be returned to the students for further revision and resubmission.
See my writing checklist.
What does SNU believe and teach?
The SNU religion department believes that in Christ alone God has definitively and finally revealed Himself . . . [ read more ]
SNU missions course materials and syllabiCultural Anthropology Introduction to Missions Linguistics Missions Strategies Modern Missionary Movement (History of Missions) Nazarene Missions Church Growth and Christian Missions Theology of Missions Traditional Religions World Religions
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