Theology Final Exam

This is the Final Exam, please do great! I will tip if I get a B or better for this! I would prefer you to be of Christian so you know the bible and the stories. When writing this essay, please write it on the attached “WRITE IT IN HERE”. Imagine yourself in an Asian person who does not believe in Christianity. Please don’t write something that you are Christian and you go to church. In this perspective, you didn’t grow up in a Christianity household but is willing to learn. A very nice and curious person. Please use all your knowledge.

The final exam is a critical thinking exercise in which you respond to a series of questions. The questions are organized into six sections corresponding to rubrics of “critical thinking” and one “spiritual value” by which this exam will be assessed. The rubrics are included so that you will know how you will be assessed. Note the number of points for each section. Please use the attached file to write your essay. Type your answers under the box of rubrics for each question. Save the essay to your computer and then submit it via Blackboard.

You will also be asked about connections to your career path and your sense of purpose and calling.

You may use your laptop, notes, books, and all library resources. However, you may not consult with other students, other faculty, library staff, or library patrons. Plan to spend five to six hours completing your essay.

As this essay addresses your self-understanding, please write in first-person discourse. Use in-line references for quotations from God at Work and Callings. A citation would look like this: (Martyrdom of Perpetua, 41-42) or (Veith, 35). If you use other copyrighted material, also include full bibliographic information at the end of your document.

Strategy: Read through all the questions before you begin writing. Make notes for each section of the exam before you start writing.

Proofread before you make your final submission! Points may be subtracted for typos, poor grammar, or otherwise poor writing!

(Please use additional information you find on Google and cite it)
The Martyrdom of Perpetua from the earlyChurch period

Modern Times

Attached “call to discipleship”

Bible Readings you may reference to

Week 1
Genesis 12:1-5a
Exodus 3:1–4:17
1 Samuel 16:1–13
Jeremiah 1:4–10
Luke 1:26–56
Matthew 4:18–22
Acts 9:1–20

Week 2
Daniel 1:1–4:3
Luke 14:25–33
Acts 6:1–7:60
Week 3
Luke 6:20–49
Ephesians 6:10–20

Week 4
Galatians 3
Ephesians 2:1–3:21

Week 5
Matthew 5–7; 19:16–30
1 Corinthians 12:1–14:25
Ephesians 4:1–5:21

Week 6
Romans 8
1 Corinthians 15
Ephesians 5:22–6:4
Revelation 21:1–6

Week 7
1 Corinthians 1:18–31
1 Corinthians 7:17–24
1 Corinthians 10:31–33
2 Timothy 1:1–14