I find this blog very interesting indeed. 🙂 The following is said in a way that I like very much:
“Because humans have added their doctrines to the pure principles set out in the Bible, religion has become more man-centered. Once humans become the center of worship, worship becomes highly flawed. Instead of praise, there is criticism. Instead of freedom, there is legalism. Instead of liberty, there is stricture. People blinded by leaders presenting their opinions and preferences as biblical doctrine become prisoners to their churches. They tend to believe teachers without looking into the truths of the Bible for themselves.
Tabitha is an excellent example of a religious woman who is compassionate to those who desperately need help. She practices “Pure religion and undefiled” by helping widows in their “affliction.”
The people she helped praise her work.”
I very much like to reblog the whole post! 🙂
This weekend, I decided to have my very own writer’s retreat.
Not a conference.
Conferences feature boring speakers and inedible buffet food—at least the ones I’ve been to.
Seriously, at the last teacher’s conference I attended, I ended up in a lecture where a professor talked for an hour about how to use rubrics.
This is a rubric I used to grade oral reading when I was teaching. As you can see, it’s self-explanitory:
Listening: 1 2 3 4 5
Mechanics: 1 2 3 4 5
Dynamics: 1 2 3 4 5
Pronunciation: 1 2 3 4 5
Attitude: 1 2 3 4 5
Total score: __________________________________________
Thank you for coming to my lecture.
When I heard we were going to take a last-minute trip out of town, and I was promised some alone time in the hotel room, I decided the time was…
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