Love at First Sight
ENG 2210 (260 pts.)
(100 pts. = 4 Outlines @ 25 pts. each.
Final submission = 160 pts. Total = 260 pts.)
On the last day of this course (day 35), you will submit the “summative” research paper in which you will argue which love (motivation) has shaped history and still shapes our world today. This is a very challenging paper, and it counts for 26% of your grade in this course. Because it is such a significant intellectual effort, you will be asked to turn in four outlines of the “sub-parts” of the final paper. Each “sub-part outline” is worth 25 points, and they are submitted in four out of the five weeks in this course. Writing these four “sub-part outlines” will …show more content…
How can Agape love prevent this love from spoiling?
How can Agape love provide “light” (direction) for this love when it loses its way?
Explain how the addition of "Agape" love could have improved history, and the consequently, the current condition of the world.
VII. “The Persuasive Position”
What is the role of the Church, the army of God, in being “light” (direction) and “salt” (preservative/enhancer) to maximize the love you have chosen to the be the “world shaper.”
Suggest five things the Church can do to prevent the “dark” side of this “world-shaping” motivation from destroying its positive impact. Offer practical suggestions that the church can carry out to educate and warn the world about this love’s “dark sides,” as well as, teach people how to inject "Agape" love into this dominant love.
Write a concise summary for this term paper. Include:
A re-statement of your thesis.
A summary listing of several of your key proof sources.
A call to action for the church in educating the world about this love.
A closing statement that urges your reader to heed the power of this love guard against its misuse.
1. Title: Create a unique title that reflects the slant of your paper
3. Lenth: 7-10 pgs.
3. Format = APA Style including (See APA Style handout) ENG 2210 File # 1.18 “Term Paper Requirements” 4
“Title Page” w/unique title reflecting “slant” of the thesis.