Lecture 4

Lecture 4 - American Heritage September 12, 2011 September...

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Unformatted text preview: American Heritage September 12, 2011 September 12, 2011 Add/drop deadline is TODAY! Essay #2 due Thursday, Sept. 22 nd or Friday, Sept. 23 rd Next Week : Tuesday, September 20 th Constitution Day Lecture: Christine M. Durham, Chief Justice of the Utah Supreme Court will be speaking in the Gordon B. Hinckley Assembly Hall at 7:30 pm All is encourage to attend! Objectives Review Puritan ideals Expand beyond Puritan ideals to a secular grounding of liberty and government English legacy Explore different secular conceptions of liberty and how they came to be. Outline Lockes argument for rights and liberty Make the connection between understandings of liberty and ideas about the role of government Which of the following best captures the idea of the Christian Calling? A. The Christian Calling is a Calvinist idea that says workers should choose only those occupations allowed in scripture. B. The Christian Calling is the Calvinist (and later, Mormon) conception of doing work that helps the congregation be successful in their Sabbath worship. C. The Christian Calling is primarily an Amish idea that includes working together in the community to help each other, as in the collective barn raising. D. The Christian Calling can include many different kinds of occupations, but the important point is to work hard and be successful in order to glorify God. E. The Christian Calling includes all the duties of the mouth (such as preaching and proclaiming the Gospel) in the community Body of Christ. Lessons Derived from Puritan Thought Increased emphasis on individuality. Cherish liberty from corrupt institutions. Devote labors to building a heavenly kingdom on earth. Last Time: Puritan Ideas of Liberty John Winthrop s Civil vs. Natural Liberty Civil Liberty: Where men are free to do only that which is good, just, and honest....
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