Click on the Session 4 Discussion link and create a new thread to respond to the discussion prompt. After posting your initial response, please comment on classmates’ responses. Respond by making constructive responses or by raising other questions that will promote further discussion and learning by all of us.

It is best practice to post early and continually participate throughout the session. You will be graded not only for your posting, but your participation in this discussion. Your initial post is due by Wednesday at 11:59 P.M. (MST) of the session in which the discussion is assigned. A minimum of two (2) additional response posts are due by Sunday at 11:59 P.M. (MST). These are minimum requirements. Be sure to follow any additional guidelines posted by the instructor for the course in regards to discussions.

Review the rubric available in Due Dates and Grades for specific grading criteria.

Discussion Prompt: Virtues

Respond to the following after you have watched the videos for this session: 

Consider these six virtues: wisdom/knowledge, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence.

Share about a time when someone has displayed that virtue in their behavior or attitude towards you.

  • What was the outcome of the situation?
  • How might it have gone differently if the person had not displayed that virtue?
  • How have you been able to carry forward this approach in your interactions with others? How does the guidance of the Holy Spirit relate to this commitment?

Provide scriptural and factual support for your contributions to this discussion by including at least one relevant verse and at least one reference to text (along with peer-reviewed articles or other academic sources as necessary). Make sure to cite your entire reference in-text and include the APA references at the end of your initial post.

Also, in your response posts, indicate what insights you have gained from your classmates posts that changed and/or reinforced your beliefs. Explain where you agree or disagree with your classmates and define why.