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In preparation for the Worldview Paper and by completing your textbook readings you will be equipped to respond by objectively compiling information from a variety of sources to compose a Worldview Paper; applying critical thinking strategies; identifying informal logical fallacies commonly used in argumentation; defining the term worldview; and identifying components of a biblical/Christian worldview. (Syllabus MLOs: A, B, and Module 3 LOs 1, 2, 3, 4).
Before you begin writing your paper, you should first consider which formatting style you will be using. In this course, you are allowed to choose the one that you are more familiar with, or the one that will ultimately be the style most often used within your major.
This is a research paper, not a Discussion Board Forum, so it is required that your paper will be formatted and cited using one of the following styles: current APA, MLA, or Turabian.
1.     Cover page – This is the first page to be included in your paper (Based on the formatting style that you will be using, see the sample papers in Blackboard).a.     APA: For this course, a Summary or Abstract is not required.
b.     MLA: This format does not require a title page, but does require a specific format for student information.
2.     Content pages – These pages will contain your content and fulfill the requirements as listed below.a.     Complete the minimum word count for each Part (I, II, and III).

                                               i.     Do NOT include the question as part of your word count.
                                             ii.     Direct quotations must be short and limited.
                                            iii.     Include your word count at the bottom of each section of the paper (Part I, II, and III).
                                            iv.     NOTE: Submissions totalingfewer than 250 words will not receive credit.

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