Write report 3 to 5 pages regarding religion Interview?

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I want to write report 3 to 5 pages regarding religion Interview?

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Also, I attached file that include the questions and answers for the Interview

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1-As a Christian, how do you identify yourself, for example in terms of
denomination (Catholic, Baptist, non-denominational, etc.)? What does
that mean to you? What beliefs and practices define that identity,
compared to others?
I have been a Catholic my entire life. Being a Catholic means a lot to me
as I come from a completely Catholic family. Throughout my life, it has
been very interesting to see the differences between Christianity and
other religions, such as Islam. For example, many Muslims must fast
during certain times of the year. From a Catholic’s point of view, Islamic
fasting is a very interesting concept–as fasting in this manner is not a part
of the Christian religion.
2- What are the main ways you have learned about Jesus? How was your
faith passed on to you?
When I was younger, I was put into multiple Bible study classes in order
to learn about Christianity. It was already assumed that I would become a
Christian, therefore, my parents have played a huge role in inspiring my
Christian faith.
3- What role do worship and prayer currently play in your life? Do you
go to church, and how often? What do you look for in church worship?
As I have grown older and gotten busier, I have found that I spend less
time worshipping/attending church. On average, I attend church about
once a year. However, when I do attend church, I pray that I can one day
achieve the goals which I have set for myself. Ultimately, while I do not
attend church very often, I still do have faith that God can help me
achieve great things in life.
4- What role does the Bible play in your life?
The Bible does not play a very large role in my life. While I am aware of
some of the messages which the Bible conveys, I do not regularly find
ways to incorporate them into my own life. Furthermore, even though I
understand most of the Bible’s teachings, I do not live by the Bible.
5- What role does your faith play in your everyday life, like work,
friendships, relationships, marriage, family, etc.?
I do not think that my faith plays a significant role within my daily life.
There has never been a time when I have judged someone based on solely
their religious faith. While I do think that religious faith can contribute to
everyone’s personal identity, I do not believe that it plays a major
influence on how I interact with those around me.
6- Do you ever have doubts about your faith, or about aspects of your
faith?
Yes. Many times I have questioned my faith whenever I have encountered
difficult situations in life. In the past, I have questioned my faith
whenever I faced multiple issues at the same time. During these hard
times, it is hard for me to identify how God may be helping me.
TRS 100 Theological Inquiry
Interview
For this assignment, you are responsible for conducting a formal interview
with someone of the Christian faith about the significance of their faith in their
lives, and then write a report summarizing the findings of your interview. Your
instructor will provide guidance on this process, as needed.
Here are some guidelines for selecting your interviewee:
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The person does not have to be someone you know; if you do not know
anyone who fits the criteria, let the instructor know and he can provide
assistance in finding an interviewee
The person can be part of the Marymount community, or not affiliated
with Marymount; however, the interviewee cannot be another student in
our section of Theological Inquiry
Although they do not have to be a saint, the interviewee must be
someone who identifies as Christian (of any denomination) and for whom
their faith plays a significant role in their life
Apart from religion, the interviewee can be from any age and
background
You can use whatever questions you see fit, but the interview must delve
deeply into all of the following questions:
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As a Christian, how do you identify yourself, for example in terms of
denomination (Catholic, Baptist, non-denominational, etc.)? What does
that mean to you? What beliefs and practices define that identity,
compared to others?
What are the main ways you have learned about Jesus? How was your
faith passed on to you?
What role do worship and prayer currently play in your life? Do you go to
church, and how often? What do you look for in church worship?
What role does the Bible play in your life?
What role does your faith play in your everyday life, like work, friendships,
relationships, marriage, family, etc.?
Do you ever have doubts about your faith, or about aspects of your faith?
Do not hesitate to ask follow up questions or ask your interviewee for more
information if you feel they did not provide you with enough. You are also free
to cover other aspects of the person’s faith, as well, either by raising your own
questions or exploring topics that come up during the interview, and in fact
these questions can improve the quality of the interview by exploring the
person’s faith more deeply and providing a more detailed explanation of the
person’s faith in your report.
In your written report, you should also include a section of your own
analysis of the interview, including answers to the following questions:
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What about the interviewee’s faith, as they have described it, attracts,
inspires, or interests you?
What about the interviewee’s faith, as they have described it, repels,
disturbs, or perplexes you?
Be sure to give detailed, thoughtful answers.
Your report on your interview will serve as the basis of evaluation for the
interview. The report should give a clear picture of what was shared during the
interview. Therefore you should make frequent use of direct quotations from the
interview, as well as other references to what the interviewee had to say.
However, the report should not be a word-for-word transcript of the interview;
you should interpret and arrange the material from the interview in a way that
makes sense to you. The report should be 3 to 5 pages, double spaced, in 12point of a standard font. While you have some flexibility in terms of structure, the
report should be well-written (good spelling, grammatically correct, etc.) and
have a logical organization (an introduction with a thesis statement, logical
paragraph ordering, topic sentences for each paragraph, etc.). Your report will
be graded using the rubric on the following pages.
Name:
TRS 100 Theological Inquiry
Interview
Total:
Category
Content
(35 points)
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Grade
A (90100%)
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B (8089%)
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C (7079%)
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D (6069%)
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F (059%)
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Writing (15
points)
A (90100%)
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Description
Insightfully balances words of interviewee with own
words and analysis
Thoroughly and insightfully covers a broad spectrum of
aspects of the interviewee’s faith
Thoroughly and insightfully analyzes own perceptions
of interviewee’s faith
Score
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Adequately balances words of interviewee with own
words and analysis
Thoroughly covers a broad spectrum of aspects of the
interviewee’s faith
Thoroughly analyzes own perceptions of interviewee’s
faith
Provides some balance of words of interviewee with
own words and analysis
Covers some aspects of the interviewee’s faith
Provides some analysis of own perceptions of
interviewee’s faith
Provides limited balance of words of interviewee with
own words and analysis
Covers a limited spectrum of aspects of the
interviewee’s faith
Provides limited analysis of own perceptions of
interviewee’s faith
Provides little or no balance of words of interviewee
with own words and analysis
Covers few if any aspects of the interviewee’s faith
Provides little or no analysis of own perceptions of
interviewee’s faith
Ideas are articulated clearly
Language is appropriate, not too slangy or informal
Has introduction explaining relevance of topic
Has thesis statement expressing claim
Each paragraph has a clear topic sentence and
paragraphs center on that topic
There is a logical order to paragraphs
Essay is largely free from spelling and grammar
mistakes
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B (8089%)
C (7079%)
D (6069%)
F (059%)
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Mostly clear, but a few confusing phrases
Language is sometimes too slangy or informal
Has vague introduction loosely connected to topic
Thesis statement does not fully express claim
Some topic sentences of paragraphs are vague,
and/or paragraphs drift from topic
Some paragraphs seem out of order
Essay has some spelling and grammar mistakes
Many confusing phrases
Often uses slangy or too informal language
Missing introduction
Missing thesis statement
Many paragraphs missing topic sentences and/or do
not have clear topic
Very little order among paragraphs
Paper is riddled with spelling and grammar mistakes

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