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Making Biblical Decisions - Lesson 3 - Study Guide

Making Biblical Decisions - Lesson 3 - Study Guide

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Christian morality has always been challenged and rejected by unbelievers. But today even many believers have lost their moral footing. Moreover, believers who want to live ethically are frequently confused by the complexities of ethical decisions. Even so, with proper study of the Bible’s system of ethics, Christians can learn how to evaluate problems in ways that lead to biblical solutions.

Making Biblical Decisions is the first series in the course Christian Ethics.

Series Goals:
* Describe the Bible’s system of morality in terms of ethical standards, goals and motives.
* Equip Christians to understand the biblical standards that apply to modern dilemmas.
Christian morality has always been challenged and rejected by unbelievers. But today even many believers have lost their moral footing. Moreover, believers who want to live ethically are frequently confused by the complexities of ethical decisions. Even so, with proper study of the Bible’s system of ethics, Christians can learn how to evaluate problems in ways that lead to biblical solutions.

Making Biblical Decisions is the first series in the course Christian Ethics.

Series Goals:
* Describe the Bible’s system of morality in terms of ethical standards, goals and motives.
* Equip Christians to understand the biblical standards that apply to modern dilemmas.

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Published by: Third Millennium Ministries on Aug 04, 2014
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© 2013 by Third Millennium Ministries www.thirdmill.org
 
Making Biblical Decisions
 
Study Guide
For videos, manuscripts, and other resources, visit Third Millennium Ministries at thirdmill.org.
 
L
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TTRIBUTES OF
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CRIPTURE
 
 
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Making Biblical Decisions Lesson 3: The Normative Perspective: The Attributes of Scripture © 2007 by Third Millennium Ministries www.thirdmill.org 
STUDY GUIDE
CONTENTS Outline ................................................................................................................................ 3
 
Notes ................................................................................................................................... 4
 
Review Questions ............................................................................................................ 22
 
Application Questions ..................................................................................................... 26
 
How to use this lesson and study guide
 
 
Before you watch the lesson
 
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Preparation
 
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 Complete any recommended readings.
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Schedule breaks
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 Review the outline and the time codes to determine where to begin and end your viewing session. IIIM lessons are densely  packed with information, so you may want to schedule breaks. Breaks should be scheduled at major divisions in the outline.
 
While you are watching the lesson
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Notes
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 Use the Notes section to follow the lesson and to take additional notes. Many of the main ideas are already summarized in the notes, but make sure to supplement these with your own notes. You should also add supporting details that will help you to remember, describe, and defend the main ideas.
 
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Pause/replay portions of the lesson
 
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 You may find it helpful to pause or replay the video at certain points in order to write additional notes, review difficult concepts, or discuss points of interest.
 
 
After you watch the lesson
 
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Review Questions
 
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 Questions on the basic content of the lesson. Answer review questions in the space provided. Review questions should  be completed individually rather than in a group.
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Application Questions
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 Questions relating the content of the lesson to Christian living, theology, and ministry. Application questions are appropriate for written assignments or as topics for group discussions. For written assignments, it is recommended that answers not exceed one page in length.
 
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Making Biblical Decisions Lesson 3: The Normative Perspective: The Attributes of Scripture © 2007 by Third Millennium Ministries www.thirdmill.org 
Outline
I. Introduction (0:27) II. Divine Authorship (4:00) A. Power of Scripture (4:57) 1. Examples (6:02) 2. Implications (14:40) B. Authority of Scripture (18:04) 1. Claim of authority (19:10) 2. Implications (28:31) III. Human Audience (34:50) A. Clarity of Scripture (35:54) 1. Nature (36:44) 2. Implications (41:25) B. Necessity of Scripture (43:11) 1. Salvation (43:51) 2. Faithful Living (48:01) 3. Implications (50:10) C. Sufficiency of Scripture (54:28) 1. Purpose (55:25) 2. Misunderstandings (1:4:38) 3. Silence (1:7:48) IV. Conclusion (1:14:26)

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