quiz 10 s

Christian Faith and Life

McKnight, Chapter 10- This was assigned. Bring your text to class and ready to discuss in groups etc.

Sex.Life

  1. Sex and the Kingdom of God (P. 124-125)
  1. What are the differences between godly students? vs secular students?
  2. Where does sexuality fit into the kingdom of God?
  1. Three kinds of sexual statistics (p. 125-126)
  1. Details? do you think these statistics are accurate?
  2. Attitudes and Experiences
    1. do woman or men feel it’s better to live life married than single? Why?
    2. do you agree that only 1/3 of women wanted to have sex the first time?
    3. is coercion or unwillingness more associated with men or women?
    4. consider the McManus quote (p. 126)” Is there cost-free sex?
    5. what is the current dilemma of “hooking up while being unhooked” means?
  3. The nature of relationships:
    1. author said sex has broken free of faith? Agree or disagree?
    2. author said sex has lost its moorings to relationships? Agree or disagree?
    3. author said, there is condom for body but not for soul? Comment on this imagery?
    4. How do half of surveys indicate people’s feeling after casual sex. ([p. 128) Agree or not.
    5. Sex and Science (p. 128-130)
    6. Brain science: How do these cognitive science ideas impact our understanding of sex?
    7. What do we need to understand about dopamine?
    8. What do we need to understand about ocytocin?
    9. What do we need to learn about vasopressin?
    10. What do we need to know about synaptic pathways?
    11. What was the author’s conclusions (last part of p. 129 and top of p. 130) about the scientific data on

sex and brain.

  1. Sex and Love (pp. 130-134)
  1. Old Testament view of the body? (why was Gnosticism rejected?) p. 130
  2. What did Rabbi Shammai think about divorce? (p. 131)
  3. What did Rabbi Hillel think about divorce? (131)
  4. How did Jesus respond to divorce? (p. 131-2)
  5. What is the difference between love and romance (p. 132; 139-140) according to author?
  6. What were the origins of romantic love?
  7. What is the nature of romantic love?
  8. Why is true love different from romantic love?
  9. Why is “the rugged commitment to be with someone what love is? (p. 132)
  10. The Song of Solomon: sex is about relationship; sex is about love; without commitment sex wounds.
  1. The three hardest words: I Love You.
  1. What are lies our culture says about saying “I love you” (p. 135)
  2. I am ____________
  3. I am ____________
  4. I am .
  5. I will lose __________________.
  6. Writing about women, Anette Ejsing said what about the impact of a “hooking up” culture on women?
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