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Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching & Learning Institute talks about the prevalence of cheating among High Schoolers today
Pe * cu * li * ar : Joint and Several March 25, 2012 Text: Romans 12:1-16; John 13:34-35 Key Thought: For Christians, commitment to others comes from their worth to God, not externals or need. Don’t just pretend to love others. Really love them. Hate what is wrong. Hold tightly to what is good. Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other. (Romans 12)
Topic: Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the surprising results of a poll conducted among school board members by the New York State School Board Association about whether or not teachers should grade their own students’ assessment exams. The question arose from instances in the past year of some cheating in other states. Is this good proposal or an overreaction?
Paul's message to the church is relevant to us today. How can we today live a life in imitation of God? What example are we setting for the generations to come?