Bible Study Questions for November 10th, 2018

Saturday at 10:00am EDT

“Question. — Are doctrines and creeds a benefit to man?

“Answer. — The author subscribed to an orthodox creed in early youth, and tried to adhere to it until she caught the first gleam of that which interprets God as above mortal sense. This view rebuked human beliefs, and gave the spiritual import, expressed through Science, of all that proceeds from the divine Mind. Since then her highest creed has been divine Science, which, reduced to human apprehension, she has named Christian Science. This Science teaches man that God is the only Life, and that this Life is Truth and Love; that God is to be understood, adored, and demonstrated; that divine Truth casts out suppositional error and heals the sick.

“The way which leads to Christian Science is straight and narrow. God has set His signet upon Science, making it coordinate with all that is real and only with that which is harmonious and eternal. Sickness, sin, and death, being inharmonious, do not originate in God nor belong to His government. His law, rightly understood, destroys them. Jesus furnished proofs of these statements.“

From Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures,
 by Mary Baker Eddy, pages 471: 22-12

Topic: Law and Grace

Moderator: Luanne from NY

Bible Readings: Ezekiel 20; Romans 5; Romans 6


  1. What did Paul mean when he said, “Moreover the law entered, that the offense might abound. But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound:” ? (Romans 5:20)
  2. What is the purpose of the law and what does it require?
  3. What is Grace?
  4. Explain “…ye are not under the law, but under grace.” (Romans 6:14)

Download the Word version of these questions here.

November 2018 Bible Study sessions:

Date Moderator
11/10/2018 Luanne from NY
11/17/2018 We will not be having a Bible Study this week.
11/24/2018 Lynda from PA

December 2018 Bible Study sessions:

Date Moderator
12/01/2018 .
12/08/2018 .
12/15/2018 .
12/22/2018 We will not be having a Bible Study this week.
12/29/2018 .

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