i wanted to do Sunday worship or sex ethics for christianity in section 2. When it asked for significant person there was no way in hell i could write a decent response about 'St Ignatius of Loyola' (if anyones heard of him), so i chose Judiasm for the essay on sexual ethics, and replace 'Bible' with 'Torah', and replaced stances of 'Catholic/Orthodox' and 'Uniting Church' views on sex to 'Orthodox Judaism' and 'Liberal/Reformed' haha... hopefully i pulled it off.
I did Christianity for Question 3 and wrote about Paul of Tarsus. I find that Ethics and Significant practice essays don't have base facts and are too general in the information. I thought it was a little weird that we were asked for the 'effect' rather than the contribution to the development/expression, or the impact. But I suppose its almost the same thing.
I managed to pull off 11 pages, but my writing's probably bigger than most people.
i did it for section 3. I was really hoping for ethics in this section but what can you do? So i went on and on about Martin Luther for 8 pages of anything and everything i could think of (even remotely related lol). Hopefully pulled it off!
i did 9 pages on paul of tarsus for section 3, but im not sure if it'll do any good, cos i had to research half the stuff myself the week before the exam... hopefully it was good enough, but i just didnt want to do sexual ethics for judaism... too general and although it is easy, it means you will be compared to so many more ppl and thus, you're probably better off doing the 'harder' essay... that is, if you know enough about the 'harder' essay...