Topical Bible Study Lesson on
Lesson APO004– Small Group Bible Study on The Inspiration of
Look up the following Scriptures. When reading these verses
ask yourself the following questions:
- Who is talking/writing?
- Who is the audience?
- What do these verses have to say about our main topic?
Read the following article that relates to our topical Bible
and Authority of the Bible
by Ron Rhodes
The authority of
Scripture cannot be separated from the authority of God. Whatever
the Bible affirms, God affirms. And what the Bible affirms (or
denies), it affirms (or denies) with the very authority of God.
For Optimal Learning and Comprehension, Print the article and grab
you read the article, highlight the sentences, statements or paragraphs
that you find most profound, confusing, revolutionary, fundamental
or inspiring. Mark each highlight with the reason you choose
it. Use the corresponding word or letter. P
= Profound , C = Confusing , R
= Revolutionary , F = Fundamental
, I = Inspiring.
you have done this for the entire article, force yourself to narrow
your favorite sentences, statements or paragraphs down to your
top 5. Then top 3. Then 1. This will prepare you for in-depth
only will this technique improve overall reading comprehension,
but will act as a discussion outline for your small group. This
method also provides a jump start if you choose to do a written
summary of the article.
Answer the following questions after reading the article above:
- Write your own simple definition
of Biblical Inspiration.
- What role(s) does the Holy Spirit
play in Biblical Inspiration?
- During His time on earth, what
did Jesus say about the scriptures?
- How is fulfilled Prophecy a proof
of Divine Inspiration?
- Explain how archaeological discoveries
support the accuracy and authenticity of the Bible.
- Why is it important to believe
in the The Inspiration, Inerrancy, and Authority of Scripture?
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