For the Christian
Science Quarterly Bible Lesson for Sunday, May 13, 2001
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Golden Text and Responsive Reading
- How is humility a basis for strength?
- How are 'filthy habits' and 'wicked conduct' opposed
to humility, and how does genuine Christian humility overcome them?
- Why in Bible citation #1 does Genesis 1:26 represent
God as using the first person plural us and our, when He
said, "Let us make man in our image...?"
- In translations of Genesis 1:26,27
(Bible citation #1), sometimes the term man is used, and sometimes
the phrase human beings is used. to translate the Hebrew word adam.
Whis is more accurate/appropriate, or are both accurate/appropriate?
- How is Genesis 2:7 (Bible citation
#2) interpretted and used by Paul in 1Co 15:45-47?
- Why are the terms soul and
Soul very relevant to this week's Bible Lesson subject, "Adam and
- How can you explain why in Genesis 1 God created
man, male and female, in his image and likeness, and in Genesis 2 the
Lord God created man from soil/dirt and created woman from man?
- What is the significance of the term that the serpent
used for the deity, as compared with the term for the deity that is used
in the rest of Genesis 2:4b-3:24?
- What does the Book of Revelation say is synonymous with
the serpent of Genesis 3?
- Why is Bible citation #11 (Rom 6:16) so relevant to the
Adam and Eve story?
- Why is genuine Christian humility a necessary element
in one's salvation from the curse on Adam and Eve?
- After the first 4 sections of the Bible Lesson explored
Genesis 1, 2, and 3, what is the relevance of Isa 57:15 (Bible citation
#13, TEV): "I live in a high and holy place, but I also live
with people who are humble and repentant, so that I can restore their confidence
- Why is Bible citation #16 very relevant to the subject,
"Adam and fallen man," and relevant to the theme of the Bible
- Why is the healing of "the man born blind"
very relevant to the subject and theme of this week's Bible Lesson?
- What theological and physiological dogmas of Jesus time
and our time does the healing of "the man born blind"overrule
- What is a recurring theme throughout this week's Bible
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