Questions to help you improve your learning

Interactive Questions for the Book

The Right to Know (Norman Rockwell)

Are you able to question your beliefs? Are you ready to have your assumptions and presupositions challenged? Are you interested in learning what very few people understand?

The interactive questions for this book will prompt you to think about what you are reading, to relate the ideas to your own personal experiences or previously acquired knowledge, and to make judgments about the credibility and truth of these ideas. Working through the questions one by one is the best way to understand sacraments and other rituals from the inside out.

It will take time to complete this journey, but it will be rewarding. Click here for an example of  Interactive Study.

Suggestion: Here and elsewhere on this website, you can right-click on a link, then left-click "Open in a New Tab," and finally left-click on the new tab that appears at the top of the page. This will allow you to move from page to page by clicking on the tabs.

There are two basic ways to respond to the interactive questions:

To answer the questions in your head, on paper, or using your own word processor, click on the following links to view the questions for each of the chapters in the book.

Questions for Chapter 1
Questions for Chapter 2
Questions for Chapter 3
Questions for Chapter 4
Questions for Chapter 5
Questions for Chapter 6
Questions for Chapter 7

If you need directions on how to copy the questions into your word processor, click here.

(You may find it helpful to open the directons in a new tab, or to print them out, in order to follow the directions more easily.)

To look at all of the interactive questions and print them out, click here.

Please write to me at the address below if you have ideas about rewording or otherwise improving any of the questions.

To answer the questions on this website, you will need a username and password. To do this, click here.
(Again, you may find it helpful to open these directions in a new tab, or to print them out, in order to follow them more easily.)

Three options are available for online study. Option A is private, Option B is semi-private, and Option C is more or less public. 

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