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Inspirational Teachers and the Methods They Use When a student steps onto a college campus for the first time he is introduced to a plethora of different ideas people and culture Youre forced to make decisions you have never faced before How you deal with them will impact you for the rest of your life When making those decisions one wonders how or why he came to the conclusions to which he came Every single decision that I have made since my senior year in high school has been rooted in the inspirational teaching of my high school theology teachers and the methods that they used In the readings and discussions in class I began to realize that the overall feel from the class about teaching was negative On the contrary my personal experiences with teachers were very positive motivating and inspirational The common public view of the public of Catholic schools and the religion classes that are taught there is that the students are spoon-fed ideas that are not to be questioned This could not be further from the truth in my case and my experiences with teachers at Christian Brothers College Prep High School My freshman and sophomore years consisted of getting familiar with the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures My teacher Mr Buckley introduced me to a whole new way to perceive at the Bible by looking at it from different angles He taught me that there were different ways to look at things other than what was taught to me at my Catholic grade school We went in depth on what the readings actually meant who wrote them why and the effects that it had on the culture For example the gospels were all written about 30 to 100 years after the birth of Christ Each gospel has its own message In the Gospel according to Mark there was no resurrection of Jesus in the original version It was
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