You will continue the previous discussion by considering the sacred/secular divide that is often seen within society today. After watching the presentation titled The Sacred/Secular Divide, interact with your classmates by discussing the following questions:
- How does the tendency to push religion away from the public arena affect the Christian’s ability to engage culture?
- What are the areas within your own life that depict the sacred/secular divide?
- How can the sacred/secular divide be eliminated within your sphere of influence?
. The student will post 1 thread of at least 200 words.
Your threads and replies will build off of the previous module’s Discussion, as well as include content from the most recent module. Think of the Discussions in this course as a continued conversation spanning all 4 of the modules that have Discussions assigned. The following 4 areas will be discussed throughout the course.
- The Sacred/Secular Divide (Module 4: Week 4)
These Discussions are designed to help you think through the impact your theological understanding has on your everyday life. Your worldview will be taken into consideration as it relates to how you engage with society.
Your thread and all replies must be substantial and thoughtful in nature. Again, these interactions are meant to mimic conversation. Conversations include statements as well as questions. Remember not only to engage with the provided prompts, but to engage with your classmates as well. Substantive answers will reveal signs of active listening and application of content. Limit the length of your posts to 200–300 words each.
In addition to answering all prompts, you are expected to interact with other participants and probe their thinking. Refer to course readings and videos and engage with biblical texts before responding. You are required to check the postings in the Discussions frequently and to participate consistently while engaging thoughtfully in these Discussions.
Post-First: This course utilizes the Post-First feature in all Discussions. This means you will only be able to read and interact with your classmates’ threads after you have submitted your thread in response to the provided prompt.
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