- This is a critical thinking exercise in which you respond to a series of questions. The questions are organized into six sections corresponding to rubrics of “critical thinking” and one “spiritual value” by which this exam will be assessed. The rubrics are included so that you will know how you will be assessed. Note the number of points for each section. Please, use this file to write your essay. Type your answers under the box of rubrics for each question. The questions are a response to three articles attached:
- Luther, Martin, Temporal Authority: To what extent it should be obeyed.
- Kolden, Marc. “Luther on Vocation.” Word & World 3.4(1983): 382-390.
- Lose, David. “The Ambidextrous God: Luther on Faith and Politics.”Word & World 19.3 (1999):
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