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Mini Treephoto © 2010 Matt Clark | more info (via: Wylio)
Bonjour, Hola, Ni Hao, and Hello Bible Classes! Welcome back, from your Easter holiday. I hope you were able to rest, have some fun, and remember the power of Jesus’ death and resurrection. “Alleluia! He is risen!”

Based on your feedback, we’re going to continue with the extensive freedom in your posts. In other words, read Matthew 21, and then do any kind of reflective post that proves to me you read the passage AND applied it to your life.

There’s one EXTRA thing I want you to write about though. You can even title it “Mr. Franke’s Special Request.” At the end of your post, please write about the fig tree found in verses 18-22. It’s a confusing passage, and even if you read some commentary you might be confused.  Try to make some sense of it and write about what you think it means. Do the best you can!

DUE: Thursday, April 28 (PE) and Friday, April 29 (SC and EB)

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 Easter Bunnyphoto © 2008 The Library of Virginia | more info (via: Wylio)
Hi there Eat Bananas! Since you have an entire extra block in the computer lab, you also get a special blog post.  Yay!  Here you go:

  1. Read the short Wikipedia page about Easter Bunnies. Especially read the “Symbols” paragraphs.
  2. In one paragraph or more, answer the following questions:
  3. What new, weird, or fascinating thing(s) did you learn about Easter and the Easter Bunny?
  4. Should Chrsitians use the Easter Bunny or Eggs to celebrate the holiday? Why or Why not?
  5. How will you celebrate or remember Jesus’ death and resurrection over the long weekend?

NOTE: you may also include photos, links, videos, and other unique things to spice up your blog post.

DUE: Wednesday, April 27th (EB). Other classes do this assignment too, but it’s optional for So Cold and Preserved Eggs.

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Dearest classes,

Here are your directions for the Matthew 16 Post.

  • Read Matthew 16
  • If necessary, use a commentary (or study Bible) to help you along the way
  • Post these questions to your blog: What do you find most confusing about Matthew 16? Why?
  • Then answer the questions using at least one complete paragraph with proper spelling, grammar, etc.

DUE: Tuesday, April 12 (PE) and Wednesday, April 13 (SC and EB)

Textbooksphoto © 2011 Scott Barkley | more info (via: Wylio)

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Hey Matthew Bloggers,

Be sure to read Chapter 12 of Levi’s gospel and reflect on it.
I also want to encourage each of you to try and use Wylio.com and the Teaching Sagittarian blog (as noted in my previous post) to post a free photo and give it proper attribution. The photo can be anything you think is related to Matthew 12.

Cheers and much love!

DUE: Wednesday, March 30 (PE) and Thursday, March 31 (SC and EB)

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Hello again Bible bloggers!

Remember how long it takes to find a creative commons photo & give credit to a photo on your blogs?
Do you want to find a photo and give credit in only 4 steps?
Go to Wylio.com and follow the easy steps outlined from the Teaching Sagittarian Blog.

NOTE: you’ll need to switch to the HTML tab in WordPress (the upper right of a new post).

Be legal and be free of guilt!
Happy blogging!

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