Component 1:Go through and review all course readings and lectures up to this point.Create a bulleted list of the specific common threads that have emerged inyour mind that link these diverse topics. Provide further explanation as needed. This summary document should be turned in along with the paper.1.Aug. 19th1.Halvorson lecture – callings1.Set aside time for the Sabbath to trust God that He is faithful2.Consumer mentality “I’m paying this, I get what I want” does not work here3.For everyone, and we all have multiple ones which can be challenging to identify. God’s calling is one and now (active and urgent) to build up the body of Christb.Aug. 23rdi.MacDougall lecture -- the necessity of Scripture for our task as students1.God revealed himself in the word (special revelation for believers) and theworld (general revelation for all)2.Hermeneutics -- interpretation of both general & special revelation (reading big)3.Continually reform the church, and beware of “better-than-thou” feelingsii.10 Myths About Calvinism1.Some of Calvinism’s main points are in TULIP - Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace, Perseverance of the Saints2.TULIP is NOT the backbone of Reformed Tradition3.Both sovereign grace and apologetic types of evangelical calvinists tend to useTULIPii.The Use of the Bible in Christian Scholarship1.There can’t be any conflict between God and the Bible since the God who revealed himself in the Bible is the same as who revealed Himself in creation2.The Bible is the word of God addressed to the hearts of men3.The Bible is a historical book (science knowledge then was extremely limited)b.Aug. 30thi.