April 16, 2020
Good morning friends,
Here is this week’s Bible study on Romans 14.
After you watch, here are some questions for you to ponder and/or discuss:
1) Is it possible to disagree with someone and not judge them in some way? Can we learn not to judge others, or is the idea more that we suppress the automatic judgmental thoughts when they come?
2) What beliefs about God do you hold most dear? How do we go about doing God’s work here on Earth? Think about someone who might have a different view of God and God’s will for our lives than your own, perhaps a viewpoint that is even seemingly in opposition. What aspect of the Divine might that opposing viewpoint be trying to express?
3) Will there be any sort of disagreement between people when the Kingdom of God comes at last? Why or why not? Is disagreement always a negative thing?
Peace and grace,
Duke Divinity Student Intern
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. -John 14:27