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... about the Apostles ' Creed and I am not even sure if I had ever heard of it before this class so I would definitely like to know more about that. One other item that I am very interested in is learning about all the various denominations of our religion. I have attended a non-denominational church for all of my life so I am not too familiar with the denominations and their theologies. This being one of my first classes here at Indiana Wesleyan University, I hope it helps me to see what classes will be like. I want to become acclimated to college papers, tests, homework, etc. and I think this class should be key in doing just that. I guess I also hope to gain an A in this class, but I am sure that is what most of my fellow classmates would hope for. Finally, I hope I can form a few friendships in this class because that is something that I can struggle with sometimes.
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