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Expository Essay: Outline Directions: 1. Please review your Topic 3 readings and the “Planning and Getting Started” section of “The Writing Process” media piece. 2. Fill in the outline below, using complete sentences throughout the outline. Note: There is an example outline provided in Course Materials to help further guide you if needed. Research topic and question selected: Essay Title: Two or Three Are Gathered but Where is the Church I. Introduction: ( Begin with a hook sentence to capture your audience’s attention, then provide a brief background of the topic and end with your thesis statement.) a. Hook: The Christian church is a place of refuge, a family oriented place built upon the foundation of love, and a place that has developed some great leaders who are very influential in our lives. b. Additional lead-in information: In recent events that have occurred in society there has been a steady declined in the church involvement. The world has chosen to seek answers from political leaders instead of spiritual leaders. c. Thesis statement: The Christian church has a major influence on the way the local community reacts emotionally, mentally, and spiritually towards daily situations. II. Supporting Point #1 (subtopic 1): The Emotional Effect the Church has on the community a. Topic sentence for this first sub-topic: Often our reactions to a situation such as death, sickness, or pain are based upon the foundation of our emotions. b. Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations Supporting detail: Christian ethics and emotions are connected together in each other as humans. Where some may lean on the possibility that to love is to have GCU/APA Style reference(s) to support subtopic 1: Wynn, M. (2004). EMOTIONS AND CHRISTIAN ETHICS: REASSESSMENT. Studies In Christian Ethics, 17(3), 35-55.
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  • Spring '14
  • Rhetoric, christian church, Christendom

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