Bible 102.01 Return to Syllabus


1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1

  1. If a Christian thinks an activity is not wrong, but a "weaker" Christian thinks it is wrong, should the "stronger" Christian go ahead and do the activity? Why or why not?

  2. What two arguments does Paul use that involve Christ and the "weak" Christian?

  3. What is Paul's main point in 9:1-14?

  4. What is Paul's main point in 9:15-23?

  5. What are Paul's qualifications to be an apostle?

  6. Who had a Christian sister as a wife?

  7. What does a person who helps someone spiritually have a right to receive?

  8. What did Paul do to convert people to Christ?

  9. How did Paul act when he was around different kinds of people? Did he always obey Christ's law?

  10. What do atheletes have to do to win a race or a contest?

  11. Just because someone has been baptized and had spiritual food and drink, does that mean that God will be pleased with them?

  12. Why were the Old Testament stories written down?

  13. What does God do when a Christian is tempted?

  14. When we eat the bread and drink the cup in the Lord's Supper, what are we having with the body and blood of Christ?

  15. What does eating of the one bread symbolize?

  16. Is it acceptable to eat at the Lord's table and eat in an idol's temple too? Why or why not?

  17. What should a Christian do about eating meat offered to an idol in each of these situations?
    A. In an idol's temple?
    B. At home when the meat was bought in the meat market?
    C. At a friend's house when nothing is said?
    D. At a friend's house when he says this meat has been sacrificed to an idol?

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