Revelation and God
This assignment gives you the opportunity to learn about key theological themes in a way that allows for
creative exploration of your own thoughts concerning Christian doctrine and its value for your life and the
church. This will focus on the main themes of two topics covered thus far: the doctrines of revelation and of
For this assignment, you will utilize the document entitled, “Revelation and God,” containing the questions and
activities you will need to prepare on your own. These assessments are not group activities, as each student
will be expected to submit personal theological reflections that arise from his or her own understanding and
conversations with others. Content assessments will interact with material from course topic overviews,
textbooks, and the ongoing theological discussions in the course. Each question should be answered as
indicated in the assessment document.
Follow the instructions provided in the content assessment, remembering to
- Fully respond to every question/activity in the document.
- Thoughtfully and creatively respond, signaling more than merely filling in the blanks.
- Critically engage and reflect on the questions, as well as the overarching theme, to demonstrate theological
While Turabian style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and
documentation of sources should be presented using Turabian formatting guidelines, which can be found in the
Turabian Style Guide.