Biblical Worldview II Week 2


Instructions: You are to answer ONE of the following questions. Your answer must be a minimum of 150 words. Next, you must reply to TWO of your classmates’ posts. Your reply must be a minimum of 100 words. Your initial post and two replies are due no later than Saturday night of each week by 11:59 PM. Each Discussion Board is worth 50 points. Out of these, there are 25 possible points for your initial post and 25 possible points for your replies to your fellow students. Living God’s Word – Chapter 13 1. Look up each of the following passages that speak about Jesus’ having table fellowship with outcasts and sinners: Matthew 9:9–13; 26:6–13; Luke 7:36–50; 14:1–6; 19:1–10. As you think about all the episodes, answer the following questions: (a) Why does it upset the religious leaders so much that Jesus associates with these people? (b) Who are the outcasts in your world? (c) What can we learn from Jesus about befriending sinners without embracing or endorsing their sinful ways? 2. Read about Jesus’ harsh rebuke of the religious leaders in Matthew 23. Summarize the following: (a) What does Jesus accuse them of doing wrong or failing to do right? (b) What relational damage results from their hypocrisy? (c) What does Jesus advise them to do instead? 3. Study Mark 8:34–37. Explain the meaning of the three demands Jesus makes on those who want to follow him (see the last part of Mark 8:34). What do these phrases really mean? Also, explain the reason Jesus gives in 8:35–37 why people should accept those demands and become his disciples. How does following Jesus fulfill people’s expectations in a paradoxical manner? Living God’s Word – Chapter 14 1. Throughout the Jewish trial, Simon Peter proceeds to deny Jesus three times. Read the following passages about Peter’s denials and write a two-page reflection on the whole experience from Peter’s viewpoint: Matthew 26:69–70, 71–72, 73–75. 2. Jesus’ seven last words from the cross tell us much about what he thought was most important. Study each of these seven statements (see the chart on the seven “words” earlier in this chapter), and write a short paragraph for each one, explaining what it means and why it is important.

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