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Bible Basics (5th. ed.)


Study 1: God || Study 2: The Spirit Of God || Study 3: The Promises Of God || Study 4: God And Death || Study 5: The Kingdom Of God || Study 6: God And Evil || Study 7: The Origin Of Jesus || Study 8: The Nature Of Jesus || Study 9: The Work Of Jesus || Study 10: Baptism Into Jesus || Study 11: Life In Christ   11.1 Introduction || 11.2 Holiness || 11.2.1 The Use Of Force || 11.2.2 Politics || 11.2.3 Worldly Pleasures || 11.3 Practical Christian Life || 11.3.1 Bible Study ||11.3.2 Prayer || 11.3.3 Preaching || 11.3.4 Ecclesial Life || 11.3.5 The Breaking Of Bread || 11.4 Marriage || 11.5 Fellowship

STUDY 11: Questions

1. What kind of changes should occur in our lives when we are baptised?


2. What does ‘holiness’ mean?

a) Having no contact with unbelievers

b) Being separated from sin and to the things of God

c) Going to church

d) Doing good to others


3. What sort of occupations are unsuitable for a true Christian?


4. What do the words ‘saint’ and ‘ecclesia’ mean?


5. Which of the following statements are true about the breaking of bread?

a) We should do it regularly on a weekly basis

b) We should do it once a year at Passover time

c) The bread and wine turn into the literal body and blood of Jesus

d) The bread and wine represent the body and blood of Jesus


6. Which of the following statements are true about marriage?

a) We should only marry true believers

b) Divorce is permissible for believers

c) A married believer whose partner is an unbeliever should try to remain with them

d) In marriage, the man represents Christ and the woman the believers


7. Would you like to be baptised?

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