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1 Corinthians 9:11
"If we sowed spiritual things in you, is it
too much if we should reap material things from you?"
To Effective Ministry
The Key to World Evangelism
1 and 2
in Section 7
while answering the questions at the beginning of the Chapters.
"Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you tithe mint and
dill and cummin, and have neglected the weightier provisions of the law;
justice and mercy and faithfulness; but these are the things you should have
done without neglecting the others."
Memorize the following Scriptures:
Jeremiah 4:2 "And you will swear,
ĎAs Yahweh lives,í in truth, in justice, and in righteousness; then the
nations will bless themselves in Him, and in Him they will glory."
Read Chapters 1 and 2 in Section 5 of Schaeffer's book The God Who Is
The; and Chapter 4 in his book He Is There and He Is Not Silent
and answer the following questions related:
The God Who Is The: Section 5, Chapter 1
1. What are two purposes of Christian apologetics according to Dr.
2. No matter how strongly we believe in our Christian convictions, what is
it we cannot assume about our faith in relation to our surrounding culture?
3. In what ways have you seen this reality demonstrated in the Church in
4. What is the positive side of apologetics?
5. In our use of apologetics in communicating our faith, what is it we must
keep in mind?
6. What is true Christian faith based on according to Schaeffer?
The God Who Is The: Section 5, Chapter 2
1. What does a person need first before they will be able to understand
the value of the message of the Gospel in their lives?
2. When we tell someone that they must "receive Jesus Christ as Savior
and Lord" by faith to be saved, what kind of faith are we talking
3. How does Schaeffer define being "Born Again"?
4. What does the Bible insist about truth?
5. When we talk about the unity of truth, what doesnít this involve?
6. What does the concept of the unity of truth involve?
7. What does true spirituality consist of according to Schaeffer?
8. Before we can talk about the value of the Gospel, we first need to
establish that "God is there." What is the second thing we need to
9. What is the purpose of man, and in what context?
10. What does this purpose of man reveal to us about who man is?
He Is There and He Is Not Silent: Chapter 4
1. What did you learn from Chapter 4 titled, "The Epistemological
Necessity: The Answer"?
2. What ideas in your own belief system have been changed from what you
learned in this chapter and how have they been changed?
3. Why didnít the Reformation have a problem bringing together nature and
4. God has spoken to man in two areas. What are they?
5. Anthropologists cannot tell you why man is a verbalizer. The Bible does
give an answer. What is that answer?
6. What is the Christian answer to "epistemology"?
7. What was it that early Christian scientists believed that made modern
8. What is it that Schaeffer says all men do?
9. How is this demonstrated?
10. Why has the East never created a science of its own?
11. What are the three results of the Christian view of epistemology, which
is that God is there and has spoken something truly about Himself, man and
the universe through the preserved record of the Bible?
Be prepared to go over answers to questions, recite Scripture and anything
else mentioned above.
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