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Frankenstein & The Guilt of Man #2

Frankenstein & The Guilt of Man #2

Behind every criminal, there is a soul. Beyond every sin, there is forgiveness. What happens, then, when man, through pride, refuses God’s mercy and seeks out only his own path?

In this summer reading class, we will explore the answer to this question as it applies to our own lives and those in the world around us, as we read Mary Shelley’s 1818 original edition of Frankenstein alongside a close reading of both creation stories in the Book of Genesis. We will consider how the guilt birthed from original sin relates to our daily experience of sin and pride and discuss ways to strive for humility and eagerly seek God’s inexhaustible mercy.

 

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Required Course Materials:

Frankenstein: The 1818 Text (Penguin Classics) Paperback – January 16, 2018, ISBN-13 :‎ 978-0143131847

 

 

Monika Minehart  has been working in Catholic Religious Education for over a decade, serving as both a Youth Minister & Director of Religious Education at several Catholic Churches. She earned her B.A. in English with a minor in Early Christian Studies from the University of Michigan and her M.A. in Divinity from the University of Chicago with a focus in Biblical Studies and Koine Greek. Having observed teaching styles in a wide array of school settings (homeschooling, private, public & charter) in her own education and that of her children, she understands the necessity of restful learning wherever you may be attending school. Monika is passionate about reinvigorating Catholic catechetical programs through relational ministry using the mediums of literature, music, and art. She is delighted to be an instructor with the Aquinas House of Studies at Scholé Academy. Monika cherishes the time she gets to spend with her husband and four children, enjoys weightlifting and exercising in her garage gym, and loves listening to uplifting music. mminehart.scholeacademy@gmail.com

 

 

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  1. Visit zoom.us/download.
  2. Click to download the first option listed, Zoom Client for Meetings.
  3. Open and run the installer on your computer.
  4. In August, students will be provided with instructions and a link for joining their particular class.

 

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