Quest Men's Bible Study for June 10, 2020
Is there anything about God’s Word that unbelievers do not dispute? Is there one thing that even the Bible’s critics agree on? If so, how does that undisputed fact bear on other arguments against the truthfulness of Scripture? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul reminds us of what Jesus Himself said about Scripture and how that should lead all of us to agree that His Word is truth.
Prior to our class time, watch the video lecture for this lesson. The curriculum link is below.
Join us online via Zoom for a large group review. The Zoom link is below.
Immediately after the large group, discussion groups meet via Zoom. If you are in a group, your leader has the link you need. If you are not yet in a group, contact Scott Wylie.
Access the curriculum HERE
Join the group online at 7:00 AM Wednesday HERE
DISCUSSION GROUP QUESTIONS FOR THIS LESSON
How would you begin to explain to someone the truthfulness and reliability of the Scriptures? How do sin and fallenness affect one’s understanding of such truths?
Even if people do not agree upon the nature of Scripture, are there aspects of common agreement? Does disagreement on this issue discourage you? Why
Describe a time when you or someone you know deliberately attempted to banish God from his life. What were the immediate consequences? What was the eventual outcome?
What are some examples that affirm the claim that there is more pervasive ignorance of Scripture in our current culture than at any other time in church history?