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co curricular - Brent Kelin-Horsman IDIS-149-38 10.04.06...

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Brent Kelin-Horsman IDIS-149-38 10.04.06 There are many co curricular activities here at Calvin, from varsity sports and intramurals to concerts and Bible studies. This week we were asked to write about a co curricular event that we ourselves had attended. As for me I’ve gone to a couple of our floor’s weekly IHOP adventure with some other people from my dorm and our Barnabas leader. I choose to attend it because I thought it’d be fun to mix a little discussion with some good food. The last time I went we discussed dating and/or marrying someone who isn’t a Christian, meaning someone of another faith or someone that doesn’t believe in any all together. We all had our own opinions on the subject as you would expect, if it’s ok to date someone who isn’t a Christian? Is it ok for them to be Catholic, Baptist, or another semi-similar religion, I say similar comparing them to a Hindu or Buddhist? Is it ok if they are a Hindu or another religion on the opposite side of the spectrum? Is it wrong to
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course IDIS 149 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '06 term at Calvin.

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