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SOCT teaches the Four Learning Styles

SOCT Paper 13

SOCT teaches the Four Learning Styles

SOCT teaches that thinking is a skill. In our studies there is NO evidence that personality determines thinking styles. We do admit that there are at least four categorized types of training or learning styles. We could briefly outline these four learning styles as such: ~

First Learning Style: Known as Matthew. The Matthew learning style has to do with order. Is interested in connecting links. Processing information. This type likes to form categories and organize them. This is much how the apostle Matthew organized his gospel. A synthesis analysis. ~

Second Learning Style: Known as Mark.  The Mark learning style is one of action. This type of learning focuses on the actual result instead of the logic behind something. This is much how the apostle Mark organized his gospel. Fact retention. ~

Third Learning Style: Known as Luke. More intellectual approach and comprehensive. Methodical behavior. Much like disciple Luke organized his gospel. Methodical study. ~

Fourth Learning Style: Known as John. More elaborative and deep thinking involved. The connecting and applying of new ideas to existing knowledge. Much like the apostle John organized his gospel. Elaborative processing. ~

We are all created with our own personalities, persons. This does not mean that we cannot all see One Truth in all the beautiful diversity. We all should come to the conclusion that cheating, lying, stealing, and murdering are wrong behaviors…these are static truths. By admitting this it does not change our diverse personalities. We can all grow into the character of Christ Jesus while at the same time maintaining individual personalities. This is what we are supposed to do as true Christians. ~

Christians believe that personality is bestowed by God Himself upon His children. All personalities have the potential to achieve spiritual maturity by becoming “begotten children” of God. Life is a gift from God and is a process which takes place between the personality, the environment, and God Himself. Through the human mind the personality and the environment establish meaningful contact. ~

The personality is the “true and only self”. Your personality is on the ride of life. You have gone through many phases in life and will continue to. You have developed personality qualities, both good and bad. Your personality traits are under constant construction. This is called CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. Because man is searching for his or her true Christian identity the person experiences much confusion regarding identity throughout life experiences. Extreme personality character-manifestations which confuse identity with creation rather than experiencing identity from & with God occur in the human experience. ~

We read the human condition described here: “They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator – who is forever praised. Amen.” [Romans 1:25] ~

Again, we begin to see clearly the human dilemma in this verse: “Furthermore, since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, he gave them over to a depraved mind; to do what ought not to be done.” [Romans 1:28] We have talked about the fact that thinking involves information [knowledge]. Because many people refuse to “retain the knowledge of God” their thinking is distorted and perverted. ~

Please understand: the God given qualities of your personality do not change. They can be enhanced through character development and by learning new traits. So the true you remains absolutely unaltered. We will learn that true personality is bestowed by God upon each individual as a potentially eternal endowment. ~

~ Sir Eric William King [Originally taught in our COGSR/SOCT studies in 2012]

Some more SOCT Doctrines

SOCT Understandings

*New Message: Seventh Message Mormons
*Apostles Today: The Twelve
*Progressise Truth: 18 Restored Truths
*Not All Agree: The Apostasies


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