Cornerstone Connections lesson

Student Lesson
Winsome . . . and Then Some
(Mar. 7
, 2015)

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Teacher's Guide
Winsome . . . and Then Some
(Mar. 7, 2015)

This week’s teacher tip in Rabbi 101: Role Playing

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Conflict of the Ages series

To understand the lesson better, read the assigned commentary in this quarter’s companion book, Beginning of the End

Reading for this week: Chapter 15  “Isaac's Marriage: The Happiest in the Bible."

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The Cornerstone Connections lessons are based on the adapted, condensed Conflict of the Ages books. The assigned reading in the book goes with the lesson every week.

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Cover Story: The Triumphs of Ruth, Pt. 2

Martin Surridge

Abigail was the homeschooled daughter of a Christian minister in the northeastern United States. She was largely self-taught, desperately wanting to ensure she received a good education. She loved to read, and spent time studying law, French, ancient classics, and the works of William Shakespeare in depth. Along the way, Abigail developed skills in writing, for which she would one day become very well-known. Her father, William Smith, who led the Congregationalist church in Weymouth, Massachusetts, was himself a very well-read man, a graduate of Harvard College several years earlier. He often allowed young Abigail into . . . read more