sketch this person’s biography,
consider their key contribution to Christian theology,
reflect on key themes in their writings,
explore how they would address one of the main moral or theological issues facing the church in the 21st century.
Clearly state the research question, thesis, and plan in the introduction.
Use 1.5 or 2.0 line spacing.
Include page numbers.
Use Chicago/Turabian bibliographic style guidelines.
Engage primary sources.
Utilize a sufficient number of contemporary (1980+) sources, including at least two journal articles—see “Find Articles Using Databases” at the HBU Moody Library website. Then click on “ATLA Religion (EBSCO)” in the Databases Alphabetical by Title section.
As a rule of thumb, the number of sources in the bibliography should be similar to the number of pages for the essay. Thus, a 10-page essay should have at least 10 sources.
Submit your essay as a Word document.