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Well this is it The final project for our little readers circle is here And wow is the topic wide open Basically anything is fair game It took me a while to think of something interesting and it finally came to me during finals week I decided to write a paper on how Lucan themes can really be seen anywhere Not just the confines of religious texts and mass but in the everyday events we go through I was one of those students who in the beginning of the year stated that I truly saw no religious connection in the books I had recently read At that point I remember the latest book I had read was Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T Kiyosaki It is a great book but where was the religion in it I had thought But one thing this course taught me is that even where you would least expect it what do you know a Lucan theme we can see religious concepts and references I started reading another book by Kiyosaki Retire Young Retire Rich and in that book he made a reference to the first one In that he recalls a story that his rich dad once told him as a boy The story so closely resembled that of the parable of the dishonest steward I was amazed Before taking this course I had never had any real knowledge of the gospel according to Luke As I read that parable I quickly made the connection and was stunned It was hard to believe that even a financial book had made almost a direct relation with the gospel After that I started noticing in movies other books I had read and just everyday occurrences that religion honestly could permeate all facets of my life as I knew it And I was amazed because just a few short months ago I had a totally different opinion on the relation of
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