Note to Student:  Please answer the following questions to be graded.  These questions are designed to make you think.  If you get stuck and cannot answer some of the questions, just leave them blank and we will fill them in for you.

  1. Why was Clayton an atheist?

  2. Why are you what you are religiously today?

  3. What caused Clayton to change his position?

  4. Is your answer to question 2 logical?

  5. What would it take to make you reconsider the religious position you hold to?

  6. Why do you believe (or disbelieve) in God?

  7. What do you see as things in Clayton's life that have led him to the kind of position and work that he is now involved in?

  8. What do you see as things that have happened in your own life that have given you a unique capacity to help meet the needs of others?

  9. What words would you use to describe your relationship to God?

  10. Do you feel confident that if you were to die upon reading the end of this sentence, that you would spend eternity in a saved relationship with God?  Please try to express your reasons for you answer.

A certificate will be sent to you indicating the successful completion of this course.  Thank you for your study, questions, and thoughts.  JC

Please feel free to send along any unanswered questions you may have on the ideas involved in this lesson. We welcome your questions at any time during this course of study.

Please attach any questions on this course of study that have not been answered so we can take care of any remaining ideas that are not clear in your mind.

The easiest way to complete these questions is to copy and paste the questions to a word processing program (Word, WordPerfect, Notepad, etc.).  Once you finish answering the questions, e-mail the questions/answers to John N. Clayton as a text e-mail, NOT as an attachment or HTML format.  We will not accept any e-mail containing attachments.  Leave spaces between each question and answer.  The answers will be graded and commented on and returned to you.


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