Theology I – Angels Assignment

What does the Bible teach about angels and satan?

600 word summary paper

Due:11th April 0830

Use bullet points, lists etc.

Scriptural references do not count in the word count.

Include at least 3 reference sources properly cited.


Theology I Assignment

Assignment – due 25th January

Write your own statement of faith.

It should contain what you believe are the essential truths of your Christian faith

No more than 12 lines.

This is the example from Joshua Harris:

There is one God who created all things.

God is triune, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

The Bible  is God’s inerrant word to humanity.

Jesus is the virgin born, eternal Son of God.

Jesus died as a substitute for sinners so they could be forgiven.

Jesus rose from the dead.

Jesus will one day return to judge the world.

Josh Harris

Dug Down Deep, page 14



Theology I Assignment

I have posted this before the Christmas break hoping that some of you might take the opportunity to do some preliminary reading for the course.

The Theology I course will have the following major sections:

Section 1: The Bible

Section 2: God the Father

Section 3: God the Son

Section 4: God the Holy Spirit

Section 5: The Dispensations and the Covenants

Section 6: The Angels

Section 7: Man and Sin

At the end of each section 3 students will be assigned the task of working together and compiling a summary sheet, the Irreducible Minimum, of no more than 2 sides of A4 paper, for each section.

Section 1: The Bible – Nelson, Lilly, Leena

Section 2: God the Father – Muana, Moa, Moashun

Section 3: God the Son – Pashungam, Reisangmi, Repute

Section 4: God the Holy Spirit – Robin, Sanga, Sharon

Section 5: The Dispensations and the Covenants – Shimreishang, Shontharla, Tenzin

Section 6: The Angels –Thanreihor, Vumginthang, Khashim

Section 7: Man and Sin – Khanyo, Vin, Wungathing

This is an assignment for the course and will count towards you final grade. You may not swap partners!

ICE Assignments – Due 2nd November


Due date: Tuesday November 2nd

Penalty of 10% deduction for each day late after this

Word count: 300 +/-20% = 240-360 words

Presentation: Assignment must be typed in accordance with usual college guidelines.

You may choose one of the following assignments – answers will be treated as confidential and seen only by Richard.

1. “80% of lessons are boring.” Describe how a “boring” teacher might accomplish a turn around in their presentation so that they become interesting.

2. Write in a critical but positive way on the subject, “Lessons at LTCi could be improved by…”

3. In your class there is a student who is intelligent yet regularly fails assignments and who refuses to take part in discussion. What should you do?

4. You are assigned to teach a 2 hour class on “Being a Disciple of Jesus Christ” for a class of 18-25 year olds (all of whom are believers). Write a lesson outline including content, timings and techniques used.

Note: For assignments 3 and 4 you have to assume you are a teacher.

SF Memory Verse Test

Next Test is onFriday 20th August at 2pm
This will include all previously memorised verses.
Additionally it will include all the books of the Bible as listed in the NIV.
And, the following verses, again all from the NIV:

Romans 11:36 For from him and through him and to him are all things.
To him be the glory forever! Amen.
Psalm 149:4 For the LORD takes delight in his people;
he crowns the humble with salvation.
Psalm 147:11 the LORD delights in those who fear him,
who put their hope in his unfailing love.
Romans 6:13 Do not offer the parts of your body to sin, as instruments of wickedness, but rather offer yourselves to God, as those who have been brought from death to life; and offer the parts of your body to him as instruments of righteousness.
Psalm 25:14 The LORD confides in those who fear him;
he makes his covenant known to them.
James 4:8 Come near to God and he will come near to you. Wash your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded.
Mark 12:30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’