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Free Study Guide Prompts Closer Look at Everyday Idols

December 6, 2013

Almost immediately after Elizabeth Scalia's Strange Gods: Unmasking Idols in Everyday Life was published, readers began meeting in small groups to study the book and reflect on the idols in their own lives. To help them in this effort, Scalia has now prepared a set of questions for reflection that are available as a free, downloadable study guide.

Just in time for the biggest consumer (and most idol-inducing) holiday of the year, these incisive, thought-provoking prompts and questions are designed for use after each chapter of Strange Gods and invite readers to honest reflection on the presence of idols in their everyday lives.

Perfect for both small-group and personal use, these questions will also be included in the next printing of the book, due out in early 2014.

Download the study guide here.



About Elizabeth Scalia

Elizabeth Scalia is a Benedictine oblate and editor-in-chief of the English edition of Aleteia. A featured columnist at The Catholic Answer, Scalia is an international presenter and a writer whose work has appeared online and in print at National Public Radio, CBS News, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and in both the Herald and the Guardian (UK). She is the author of Strange Gods and Little Sins Mean a Lot.

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