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Suppose you visit a site “Christian Church” then explain the following:
Introduction and Summary: Each site visit entry should have a 2-3 paragraph introduction to the site. The first section should discuss the religious background and any interesting details of the specific site. The second section should describe your experience as a group (or individual). Include any major themes collectively developed from the experience.
Theorist Integration: Use a theorist (such as Lincoln, Eliade) to explain what you observed during your visit. How does what you observed support / contradict this theorist’s work? Be sure to clearly state the theorist’s name, his/her theory, and then describe its significance in relation to you experience during your visit.
Belief Content: When keeping in mind the above aspects of your visit, it may be easy to overlook the important of the key beliefs in the tradition to which the site belongs. Where do you observe these beliefs surfacing during your visit? Are they directly stated, incorporated into any practice, or displayed around the site? Be sure you refer to class notes about the tradition to aid in identifying beliefs and observing their significance during your visit.