They were sold into slavery but later released. They might also be former slaves who came from North Africa or Asia Minor. What truly roused their anger was that they could not better him in their arguments. Like Jesus, he was filled with wisdom and was guided by the Spirit in all that he said.
Eventually opposition grew to such an extent that Stephen was arrested and brought to trial in Jerusalem. This was more than his listeners could bear. They stopped their ears at what they regarded as utter blasphemy. He was seized, dragged out of the city and stoned to death. As he died, again in imitation of his Master, he prayed for forgiveness on his executioners. The similarities between the trial and death of Stephen and that of Jesus are striking and are clearly deliberate. Stephen is the perfect fulfilment of the challenge that Jesus put to his disciples in the Gospel.
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He is the perfect disciple. Finally, the witnesses — who also according to the Jewish Law were his executioners — had left their clothes at the feet of a Pharisee called Saul. The course will improve student writing skills through two formal papers and two essay exams. Students will advance their computer skills by accessing notes, assignments, email, and grades via WebCT.
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What Constitutes a Polis? Peasant Landholder into Polis Citizen. Assignment Percentage Due Date Students who submit papers as attached documents should retain copies of the papers until all grades have been posted at course conclusion.
Electronic papers oftentimes have transmission problems arriving at the instructor's computer. So be aware of this possibility. Ancient Greece has a WebCt site where class notes, powerpoint presentations, email and a bulletin board are available. Students access WebCt via their web navigator with their saclink account number and password.
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Study questions and short answers will be available on WebCt about ten days before both exams. It is expected that the class will prepare for the exams in an electronic study group on the WebCt. Six multiple choice quizes with ten questions each will be available for a week or so during the term to assure students keep up with the readings and lectures. Students may take each quiz twice with the highest grade posted on the WEbCt site. Papers: Two five page papers on topics from selected documents.
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