Good Questions on Right & Wrong: A Six-Session Bible Study

Good Questions on Right & Wrong: A Six-Session Bible Study

Paperback Good Question Bible Studies

By (author) Prof J I Packer, By (author) Allen Verhey, By (author) Lewis B Smedes, By (author) Roger E Olson, By (author) D A Carson, By (author) Nancy Ortberg

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  • Publisher: Standard Publishing Company
  • Format: Paperback | 92 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 224mm x 10mm | 159g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2011
  • ISBN 10: 0784725675
  • ISBN 13: 9780784725672
  • Sales rank: 1,033,136

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The Good Question Bible Studies series is based on questions asked by "Christianity Today" readers and the responses from remarkable voices of seasoned scholars and experienced leaders. The Good Question Bible Studies series is based on questions asked by "Christianity Today" readers and the responses from remarkable voices of seasoned scholars and experienced leaders. Each of the six sessions in "Good Questions on Right & Wrong" includes a thought-provoking article. Groups will think and talk together about such questions as: " Are all sins equal? Can lying ever be justified? Should Christians take care of the earth?"" "The Good Question Bible Studies will challenge groups to wrestle with the issues and grow sharper, stronger, and closer to each other--and to God--along the way. Each of the six sessions in "Good Questions on Right & Wrong" features: - A thought-provoking article from J. I. Packer, Allen Verhey, Lewis B. Smedes, Roger E. Olsen, D. A. Carson, or Nancy Ortberg - Relationship-building exercises - Engaging questions - An in-depth look at Scripture

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