I’m a Christian, and sometimes a teacher/preacher.
This lesson doesn’t teach anything; it only asks. It’s good to periodically review all that we know and that we don’t know.
This is intended as an interactive group participation lesson. Taken as a whole, I’ve tried to organize it to paint a picture of God’s love for us, and what we should do from there.
- Who is God?
- What is God’s name?
- What features/qualities does God have?
- Does God love everyone or just Christians?
- Does God ever change his mind?
- Why is God so different in O.T. and N.T.?
- Is Jesus God, partly God, or the Son of God?
- How do we know Jesus was born/real?
- How do we know Jesus died? that he rose?
- Where was Jesus for the three days between?
- Was Jesus mortal or immortal?
- Did Jesus perform miracles, or did God?
- What does the Spirit actually do?
- How/when does the Spirit come into us?
- Does an identical Spirit live inside each of us?
- Did the Spirit come to earth before Jesus?
- Are there still miraculous gifts today?
- How do we know our gifts?
- Why should we pray?
- Should we pray the Lord’s Prayer?
- Does God hear all of our prayers?
- Does God answer all our prayers?
- Does God hear the prayers of nonbelievers?
- How do we know God’s answer?
Heaven and Hell
- Who goes to heaven? Who goes to hell?
- What about those who never hear the gospel?
- What must we do to be saved?
- How is Jesus the only way to heaven?
- Are there other nonearthly realms?
- Will we have physical bodies in heaven?
- What is the church?
- What should the church be/do?
- Who’s in charge of the church?
- What makes Christianity different?
- Why are there so many denominations?
- Which denomination are we?
Us / People
- Who are we?
- Why did God make us?
- Why did God die for us?
- What happens when we die?
- Why do we have troubles?
- Do we have a truly free will?
- What is the Bible?
- Who wrote the Bible?
- How was the Bible assembled?
- Why are there so many translations?
- Are there/can there be errors in the Bible?
- How did people know God before the Bible?
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