Christians and Secular Literature Assignment Discussion

Christians and Secular Literature Assignment Discussion

In this learning activity, your goal is to get a sense of what your local community of believers believes a Christian relationship to secular literature (literature produced by non-believers) should be. You will survey at least three (3) Christians from your local faith community by asking the questions listed below. Christians and Secular Literature Your group should be as diverse as possible (ages, backgrounds, race, nationality, etc.). You can survey them in person, through email, text, or phone.

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Survey Questions:

Do you believe Christians should read secular literature (literature produced by non-believers)? Why or why not?
How should a Christian approach reading secular and/or non-secular) literature?
Can (secular and/or non-secular) literature be a source of truth? Why or why not?
Do you personally read (or listen to) literature (secular and/or non-secular)?
Submit a one to two (1-2) page reflection on your survey results. What were the most unexpected findings from your survey? Based on your results, what does your local community believe about the relationship between Christian and secular literature? Do you agree or disagree

Christians and Secular Literature Assignment Discussion

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