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Lab
Project Review

Rachael Whitlow

During this project I have noticed a
statistically small but interesting relationship between church attendance and
sound Biblical doctrine. Many individuals believe the more you go to church the
more you will know, but I noticed two things with this study. 1) Sometimes when
individuals go to church, they still do not understand Bible doctrine. 2) When
some go to church, they have a strong understanding of Biblical doctrine. They
are similar to the predictions that I made earlier, but with one difference.
Some of the individuals that did attend church had minimal understanding of
Bible doctrine. In my prediction, the more the individual attended church the
more he or she would know about Biblical doctrine. I do think my results
were generalizable, especially with some of the individuals that went to church
and had an understanding of Biblical doctrine. For example, some individuals
did not attend church regularly and maintained an understanding of Biblical
doctrine. Some results were mixed, meaning they did not meet any of the
predictions or did not correlate with the questions being asked, this was hard
to tell if they were making up answers or really reading and understanding what
the questions were asking. My results represent something different than what
was in the excerpt of Quarles (2011). In the end, the answers to some of the
questions on my survey did show that some individuals were able to understand
basic Biblical doctrine with little to no church attendance. Individuals in this
category could have Biblical understanding from television or from
conversations with other individuals that have high church attendance. One
implication this project would have for pastors and those involved in ministry
is the importance of spiritual growth and maintaining a ministry that is
dedicated to understanding the youth. The Bible does not specifically
speak to maintaining a youth ministry, but 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (New King James
Version) tells us that a ministry should be full of purpose and engaged in
growing and mentoring other men and women.

Taumeka McCord-Mosley

This project has put a lot of light on the necessity of sound
doctrine and its importance. One would think that if people attended
church more, they would be more in tune with God and sound doctrine. My initial
prediction for the discussion board was that individual that attends church may
have a better understanding of religion doctrine than those individuals that
may have never attended church. There were some relationship to my
initial prediction but nothing that is definitive because those individual who
may not attend church as often still had some understanding of religion
doctrine and some of them understood church doctrine than those who attended
church on a regular basis. Church attendance can be importance but at the
same time it is an individual’s choice. I feel that some pastors and
church leaders are more focus on the number of people in the church pews than
focusing on individuals having a relationship with God. Surely God wants
believers to be around other believers because it gives you an opportunity to
fellowship with other believers as well as draw strength from one
another. But I think it is also important for us go out and witness to
those who aren’t attending church. To equip them the knowledge to have a
better understanding of having a relationship with God. At the same time
attending church does automatically guarantee you the right that you have a
better understanding of church doctrine as well. There are many individual’s
that are in church that are basically just that in church, and they do not have
an understand ng of church doctrine. To me church isn’t a physical
building but we are the church. To get as much understanding of the
Christian doctrine, we are to rely on God showing us the way. Despite my
results, I do believe that churches need to be more intentional in educating
people about core doctrinal beliefs because it is essential to building a solid
relationship with Christ. We cannot just believe that because children or
adults are showing up each Sunday that they know and fully understand core
Christian doctrine.

Lab
Project Review

Rachael Whitlow

During this project I have noticed a
statistically small but interesting relationship between church attendance and
sound Biblical doctrine. Many individuals believe the more you go to church the
more you will know, but I noticed two things with this study. 1) Sometimes when
individuals go to church, they still do not understand Bible doctrine. 2) When
some go to church, they have a strong understanding of Biblical doctrine. They
are similar to the predictions that I made earlier, but with one difference.
Some of the individuals that did attend church had minimal understanding of
Bible doctrine. In my prediction, the more the individual attended church the
more he or she would know about Biblical doctrine. I do think my results
were generalizable, especially with some of the individuals that went to church
and had an understanding of Biblical doctrine. For example, some individuals
did not attend church regularly and maintained an understanding of Biblical
doctrine. Some results were mixed, meaning they did not meet any of the
predictions or did not correlate with the questions being asked, this was hard
to tell if they were making up answers or really reading and understanding what
the questions were asking. My results represent something different than what
was in the excerpt of Quarles (2011). In the end, the answers to some of the
questions on my survey did show that some individuals were able to understand
basic Biblical doctrine with little to no church attendance. Individuals in this
category could have Biblical understanding from television or from
conversations with other individuals that have high church attendance. One
implication this project would have for pastors and those involved in ministry
is the importance of spiritual growth and maintaining a ministry that is
dedicated to understanding the youth. The Bible does not specifically
speak to maintaining a youth ministry, but 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (New King James
Version) tells us that a ministry should be full of purpose and engaged in
growing and mentoring other men and women.

Taumeka McCord-Mosley

This project has put a lot of light on the necessity of sound
doctrine and its importance. One would think that if people attended
church more, they would be more in tune with God and sound doctrine. My initial
prediction for the discussion board was that individual that attends church may
have a better understanding of religion doctrine than those individuals that
may have never attended church. There were some relationship to my
initial prediction but nothing that is definitive because those individual who
may not attend church as often still had some understanding of religion
doctrine and some of them understood church doctrine than those who attended
church on a regular basis. Church attendance can be importance but at the
same time it is an individual’s choice. I feel that some pastors and
church leaders are more focus on the number of people in the church pews than
focusing on individuals having a relationship with God. Surely God wants
believers to be around other believers because it gives you an opportunity to
fellowship with other believers as well as draw strength from one
another. But I think it is also important for us go out and witness to
those who aren’t attending church. To equip them the knowledge to have a
better understanding of having a relationship with God. At the same time
attending church does automatically guarantee you the right that you have a
better understanding of church doctrine as well. There are many individual’s
that are in church that are basically just that in church, and they do not have
an understand ng of church doctrine. To me church isn’t a physical
building but we are the church. To get as much understanding of the
Christian doctrine, we are to rely on God showing us the way. Despite my
results, I do believe that churches need to be more intentional in educating
people about core doctrinal beliefs because it is essential to building a solid
relationship with Christ. We cannot just believe that because children or
adults are showing up each Sunday that they know and fully understand core
Christian doctrine.

Lab
Project Review

Rachael Whitlow

During this project I have noticed a
statistically small but interesting relationship between church attendance and
sound Biblical doctrine. Many individuals believe the more you go to church the
more you will know, but I noticed two things with this study. 1) Sometimes when
individuals go to church, they still do not understand Bible doctrine. 2) When
some go to church, they have a strong understanding of Biblical doctrine. They
are similar to the predictions that I made earlier, but with one difference.
Some of the individuals that did attend church had minimal understanding of
Bible doctrine. In my prediction, the more the individual attended church the
more he or she would know about Biblical doctrine. I do think my results
were generalizable, especially with some of the individuals that went to church
and had an understanding of Biblical doctrine. For example, some individuals
did not attend church regularly and maintained an understanding of Biblical
doctrine. Some results were mixed, meaning they did not meet any of the
predictions or did not correlate with the questions being asked, this was hard
to tell if they were making up answers or really reading and understanding what
the questions were asking. My results represent something different than what
was in the excerpt of Quarles (2011). In the end, the answers to some of the
questions on my survey did show that some individuals were able to understand
basic Biblical doctrine with little to no church attendance. Individuals in this
category could have Biblical understanding from television or from
conversations with other individuals that have high church attendance. One
implication this project would have for pastors and those involved in ministry
is the importance of spiritual growth and maintaining a ministry that is
dedicated to understanding the youth. The Bible does not specifically
speak to maintaining a youth ministry, but 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (New King James
Version) tells us that a ministry should be full of purpose and engaged in
growing and mentoring other men and women.

Taumeka McCord-Mosley

This project has put a lot of light on the necessity of sound
doctrine and its importance. One would think that if people attended
church more, they would be more in tune with God and sound doctrine. My initial
prediction for the discussion board was that individual that attends church may
have a better understanding of religion doctrine than those individuals that
may have never attended church. There were some relationship to my
initial prediction but nothing that is definitive because those individual who
may not attend church as often still had some understanding of religion
doctrine and some of them understood church doctrine than those who attended
church on a regular basis. Church attendance can be importance but at the
same time it is an individual’s choice. I feel that some pastors and
church leaders are more focus on the number of people in the church pews than
focusing on individuals having a relationship with God. Surely God wants
believers to be around other believers because it gives you an opportunity to
fellowship with other believers as well as draw strength from one
another. But I think it is also important for us go out and witness to
those who aren’t attending church. To equip them the knowledge to have a
better understanding of having a relationship with God. At the same time
attending church does automatically guarantee you the right that you have a
better understanding of church doctrine as well. There are many individual’s
that are in church that are basically just that in church, and they do not have
an understand ng of church doctrine. To me church isn’t a physical
building but we are the church. To get as much understanding of the
Christian doctrine, we are to rely on God showing us the way. Despite my
results, I do believe that churches need to be more intentional in educating
people about core doctrinal beliefs because it is essential to building a solid
relationship with Christ. We cannot just believe that because children or
adults are showing up each Sunday that they know and fully understand core
Christian doctrine.

Lab
Project Review


Rachael Whitlow

During this project I have noticed a
statistically small but interesting relationship between church attendance and
sound Biblical doctrine. Many individuals believe the more you go to church the
more you will know, but I noticed two things with this study. 1) Sometimes when
individuals go to church, they still do not understand Bible doctrine. 2) When
some go to church, they have a strong understanding of Biblical doctrine. They
are similar to the predictions that I made earlier, but with one difference.
Some of the individuals that did attend church had minimal understanding of
Bible doctrine. In my prediction, the more the individual attended church the
more he or she would know about Biblical doctrine. I do think my results
were generalizable, especially with some of the individuals that went to church
and had an understanding of Biblical doctrine. For example, some individuals
did not attend church regularly and maintained an understanding of Biblical
doctrine. Some results were mixed, meaning they did not meet any of the
predictions or did not correlate with the questions being asked, this was hard
to tell if they were making up answers or really reading and understanding what
the questions were asking. My results represent something different than what
was in the excerpt of Quarles (2011). In the end, the answers to some of the
questions on my survey did show that some individuals were able to understand
basic Biblical doctrine with little to no church attendance. Individuals in this
category could have Biblical understanding from television or from
conversations with other individuals that have high church attendance. One
implication this project would have for pastors and those involved in ministry
is the importance of spiritual growth and maintaining a ministry that is
dedicated to understanding the youth. The Bible does not specifically
speak to maintaining a youth ministry, but 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (New King James
Version) tells us that a ministry should be full of purpose and engaged in
growing and mentoring other men and women.




























Taumeka McCord-Mosley

This project has put a lot of light on the necessity of sound
doctrine and its importance. One would think that if people attended
church more, they would be more in tune with God and sound doctrine. My initial
prediction for the discussion board was that individual that attends church may
have a better understanding of religion doctrine than those individuals that
may have never attended church. There were some relationship to my
initial prediction but nothing that is definitive because those individual who
may not attend church as often still had some understanding of religion
doctrine and some of them understood church doctrine than those who attended
church on a regular basis. Church attendance can be importance but at the
same time it is an individual’s choice. I feel that some pastors and
church leaders are more focus on the number of people in the church pews than
focusing on individuals having a relationship with God. Surely God wants
believers to be around other believers because it gives you an opportunity to
fellowship with other believers as well as draw strength from one
another. But I think it is also important for us go out and witness to
those who aren’t attending church. To equip them the knowledge to have a
better understanding of having a relationship with God. At the same time
attending church does automatically guarantee you the right that you have a
better understanding of church doctrine as well. There are many individual’s
that are in church that are basically just that in church, and they do not have
an understand ng of church doctrine. To me church isn’t a physical
building but we are the church. To get as much understanding of the
Christian doctrine, we are to rely on God showing us the way. Despite my
results, I do believe that churches need to be more intentional in educating
people about core doctrinal beliefs because it is essential to building a solid
relationship with Christ. We cannot just believe that because children or
adults are showing up each Sunday that they know and fully understand core
Christian doctrine.





























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