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Teaching in the Institute of Religion matters

Nocturnal Writer

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When I was in my early elementary grades, I was very attentive to our Religion volunteer teacher while she was teaching about the personages of God and on how to pray the Lord's prayer. She's a good cathecist. Sorry I forgot her name.

When I grew up and had a family of my own I valued much of her teachings. Later when I joined with another Church denomination, I was assigned as a teacher in the Institute of Religion. I never went to a formal Religion school or academy. I only used a ready-made teaching plan for the Church doctrines and references on the life of Jesus Christ and the four standard works about God.
I taught for more than 8 years in the Seminary and Institute of Religion for free and I valued much of such experiences on spirituality and the divinity of the Son of God and the Heavenly Father.

Now I miss teaching the Institute. Have ever attended any religion classe? Or have taught one?
 

Mildredtabitha

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I think by religion classes it can apply to going to church to listen to sermons. I have sat under various teachers of the word of God both in church and online.

I also have volunteered teaching Sunday school since last year.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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I think by religion classes it can apply to going to church to listen to sermons. I have sat under various teachers of the word of God both in church and online.

I also have volunteered teaching Sunday school since last year.
That's good. What do you teach in the Sunday school? Is the children or the adults whom you teach in the Sunday school?
 

Mildredtabitha

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That's good. What do you teach in the Sunday school? Is the children or the adults whom you teach in the Sunday school?
The children. We teach them the word of God. The children's pastor has a team of people who prepare teaching materials from the bible. Then we use them to teach the children.

The grown-ups always go to the main service and the youth go to the youth service. Then the children go to Sunday school.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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The children. We teach them the word of God. The children's pastor has a team of people who prepare teaching materials from the bible. Then we use them to teach the children.

The grown-ups always go to the main service and the youth go to the youth service. Then the children go to Sunday school.
Well, that's well organized services you have had in your Church. The manuals we used in the Church to teach in the Sunday school classes are prepared by the Church curriculum committee.
 

Adriaticos

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The purpose of teaching this discipline is the study of religion as a widespread social phenomenon. Religion is not a belief in the supernatural because, as E. Durkheim rightly pointed out, when it appeared, there was still no scientific worldview that tended to divide all phenomena into natural and supernatural. For a believer, everything he believes in is natural. From early childhood, when my parents took me to church with them https://firstchurchlove.com - I have always been interested in religion and tried to live by the commandments of God. Therefore, when religion is discussed at the institute, I always have something to say.
 
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