Thursday, 12 February 2015

HOME-GROUP QUESTIONS 'FROM THE MOUTH OF GOD' CHAPTER TWO

FROM THE MOUTH OF GOD - QUESTIONS 2
CHAPTER TWO

1. Why is it helpful to know something about how we got our Bible? (To put it a different way - Why bother with pages 21-37?)

2. What is the most helpful way of showing a new believer the truthfulness of the Bible and the importance of reading it? (See pages 26-28)

3. "I believe Jesus, not Paul." Discuss. (Pages 29-34)

4. How can the Bible written 2,000 years ago still be relevant today? (Pages 37-38)

5. A guest preacher, we will call him Apollos, says in the morning sermon that he does not believe in inerrancy, that it is an erroneous American teaching, but he does believe in infallibility. He is your guest for lunch. What would you say to him about this? (This is your opportunity/responsibility to be his Priscilla and Aquila - Acts 18:26 Apollos "began to speak boldly in the synagogue, but when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took him and explained to him the way of God more accurately.") (Pages 38-45)

6. On page 45 he says: "It has become commonplace among contemporary Christians to believe that God speaks to us apart from and in addition to his word." Did you find his discussion of this issue helpful? (Pages 45-48) 











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