Discussion Questions for Sermon Series Talking Points Week 3
The unity and diversity of the early church shocked and intrigued the ancient world. Ours should as well.
Many times, we attribute someone’s character to their behavior. For instance, what’s your initial opinion of someone if you notice one of these below behaviors?
Late • Lazy • Generous • Opinionated • Educated • Extravagant • Loud
In a similar way, people can make character judgments based on how people lean politically. Why do you think people do that?
Read Galatians 3:28, where Paul talks about cultural barriers that should be minimized because of Jesus.
• What stands out to you?
• Are there cultural categories (e.g., gender, political parties, economic classes) that you
have difficulty seeing both sides of as having equal value?
When it comes to having conversations about politics, would you describe yourself as more unifying or disruptive? What’s something you can do (or stop doing) to approach political conversations in a healthier way?