The Millennium Cometh:
Apocalypse and Utopia in Bible, Sociology and Literature
Profs. John Coleman, S.J. (Sociology),  Felix Just, S.J. (Theology),  Holli Levitsky (English)
Loyola Marymount University - Spring 2000

Discussion Questions and Written Reflections

* The following hyperlinked web-pages contain questions to guide your reading of each of the assigned texts. *
* They also list the specific questions that you are to address in your written reflections for each block. *
* All of these questions (and others) will form the basis for our Thursday Discussion Groups. *
* Some general guidelines for the writing assignments are at the bottom of this page. *

(Tues, Jan. 11 - Thurs, Jan. 20)

General Guidelines for the Writing Assignments

All short written exercises this semester should be:

For additional guidelines for good writing, see the English Department's "English 110 Grading Standards."
  • Some of what you write will be based on your personal reflections, but much of it should be based on close and careful readings of the assigned texts.
  • Thus, it is important that you provide support for your assertions with brief but explicit references to the texts themselves.
  • See the latest edition of the LMU Style Manual (available in the bookstore) for tips on proper format for notes and  references.
  • For biblical reference format, see also Prof. Just's page of "Writing Tips."

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