Socrates
“Who is the dumbest person alive?”

Is there any such thing as a "dumb" person? We each possess different talents and skills, and if some do not meet the standards of others, can we say one is "dumber" than the other? Perhaps instead, we should explore the implications of a different question: what can we learn from those who are different?

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“Write a three to five-page application essay for admission to master of arts in theology at vst. The following items below are examples of topics to include in the essay: reflect on your life experiences, and then describe your story thoughtfully and authentically; 1.life experience(s) that has been profoundly formative in your faith and/or life. 2. ways in which your faith in God and/or your spirituality affect the way you see the world(other people, creation, yourself, including your calling. 3. a significant experience, question or concern that inspires and motivates you to pursue graduate theology study.”

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