Christian Thought course resources

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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

Class resources

Most class assignments will be submitted online via Moodle.

Links to Christian thought resources

External links to helpful material for this course

Study helps

Writing
Standards
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.

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