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Free Topical Bible Study Lesson on

The Angelic Conflict

Lesson AC002– Small Group Bible Study on The Appeal Stage of the Angelic Conflict


Look up the following Scriptures. When reading these verses ask yourself the following questions:

    1. Who is talking/writing?
    2. Who is the audience?
    3. What do these verses have to say about our main topic?
Genesis 2:7-9
Genesis 2:15-17
Deuteronomy 30:19
1 Corinthians 4:9
1 Timothy 5:21
Genesis 3:22-24



Read the following article that relates to our topical Bible study.

The Angelic Conflict - Part Two
Since Satan is obviously not yet in the Lake of Fire, the logical extrapolation is that he appealed his sentence. We can speculate a number of grounds on which he is making this appeal, but one that seems to carry the most weight is an accusation against God's character we hear often enough in the world today.Read hereThis article should take less than 10 minutes to read

Important Tip! For Optimal Learning and Comprehension, Print the article and grab your highlighter.

As 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.

After 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 group discussion.

Not 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:

  1. Explain in courtroom or judicial terms what Satan's argument against God's judgment might sound like.

  2. Why did God prohibit Adam and Eve from only the Tree of Good and Evil? What was this tree?

  3. What did God say would happen if A&E ate from the tree of Good and Evil? Define death as it relates to A&E..

  4. In what ways did the Fall of Man parallel the Fall of Satan?.

  5. Explain the meaning and symbolism of Genesis 3:15

  6. Describe how the characteristics of God's Love, Righteousness and Justice coexist in His dealings with Man and Angels.


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