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Reading the Bible – Discussion Questions

Reading the Bible – Discussion Questions

Reading the Bible – Discussion Questions

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Discuss the following questions with a partner or small group:

  1. What is your favourite: a) book of the Bible (Old and New Testaments), b) verse in the Bible, c) story in the Bible, d) psalm, e) proverb, f) parable of Jesus, g) letter in the New Testament? Say why.
  2. Which person in the Bible do you relate to the most? Why? Compare two characters from the Bible – one from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament. What features make the Old and New Testaments different? What do they have in common? Which do you prefer to read? Why?
  3. When do you read the Bible? What is the best time of day? How long do you spend reading the Bible? Where do you usually read the Bible? Do you have a favourite place to go? Do you like to read the Bible with others or alone? Why? Have you ever attended a Bible study group?
  4. Which version of the Bible do you prefer? Why do you like it more than other versions? Have you ever tried to understand the Bible in its original languages: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek? How did you get on?
  5. Describe your Bible. What does it look like? How old is it? How long have you had it? Where did you get it from? Are you thinking about replacing it? Have you ever used a Bible app or an eBible online?
  6. Do you use any tools to help you understand the Bible, e.g. concordances, reading notes and plans, websites, etc.? How do they help you? Do you enjoy hearing the Bible read aloud? Do you listen to readings from the Bible online or on Bible apps?
  7. How important is the Bible to you personally? Why do you read it? Have you ever been encouraged or helped by reading the Bible? Tell me about it. How do you apply the message of the Bible in your life? Do you think you could function as a Christian without reading the Bible? Are you ever reluctant to read the Bible? Why? How do you start reading again?
  8. What would you do if you couldn’t read the Bible anymore? What about if the Bible was outlawed in your country? Do you ever take your access to the Bible for granted? Have you ever been bullied for reading the Bible or being a Christian? How did you respond? Have you ever distributed Bibles?
  9. Did anyone teach you to read the Bible? How did you first hear about the Bible? Have you read the whole Bible? If not, what is stopping you? Would you consider trying to read the whole Bible in a year with a special plan or app? What do you think would be the difficulties? What would be the rewards?
  10. How do you know that you can trust the Bible? Do you believe that everything in the Bible can be taken completely literally? If not, which parts cannot? How do you know?
  11. Do you like to memorise verses of Scripture? How many do you know? Can you tell me some of them now? Why do you do it? How do you memorise verses?
  12. Is the Bible relevant to non-Christians? How? How often do you talk to your non-Christian friends or colleagues about the Bible? What is their response?

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Using Time Words in English – Paul’s Missionary Journeys

Using Time Words in English – Paul’s Missionary Journeys

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Learn English through Bible study! Practice using time words in English – like before, after, earlier, and later – while researching Paul’s three missionary journeys, from Acts 13 onwards.

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David and Goliath – Idioms of Surprise

David and Goliath – Idioms of Surprise

David and Goliath – Idioms of Surprise


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Learn English through Bible study! Discover 30 English idiom of surprise with this free printable worksheet – including full answers – based on the Bible story of David and Goliath in 1 Samuel 17:1-58.

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David and Goliath – Idioms of Surprise

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Practice English Tenses - David Writes a Psalm

Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

Learn English through Bible study! Practice using English tenses and conditionals with this free printable worksheet – including full answers!

a) Read the present simple sentence, then complete the gaps to change it into 17 other tenses / forms.
b) Choose the correct time word or phrase below, where necessary.

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Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

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Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah from Genesis 6:13-22

Learn English and study the Bible with this free printable worksheet which focuses on using articles: a, an, the, and zero article!

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Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

a) Read the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25-37.

b) Use your knowledge of reported speech to complete the account of ‘Malachi’, the man who was helped by the Good Samaritan.

Remember, in reported speech:

reported speech

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

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FREE Bible Puzzle Worksheet - Names of God

FREE Bible Puzzle Worksheet – Names of God

FREE Bible Puzzle Worksheet – Names of God

Learn English and study the Bible with this free printable puzzle worksheet which focuses on the names of God in the Bible.

a) Read the Bible verse and complete the crossword with the correct name of God. (Note: all Bible verses use WEB translation: http://ebible.org/web/index.htm)
b) Decide whether the name refers to God the Father (G), God the Son (J), or God the Holy Spirit (S). Write the correct initial in the right-hand column.
c) Work out the central verse (in grey) and write it down.

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FREE Bible Puzzle Worksheet – Names of God

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Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Learn English through Bible study and brush up your knowledge of conditionals with this FREE printable worksheet that focuses on the promises of God.

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Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

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