Each for the Other and All for God (Part 2)
June 6, 2021 Speaker: Eric Chabaneix
Passage: 1 Corinthians 11:2–11:16
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Click here for the sermon discussion questions or see them listed below. We highly encourage you to listen, think, and talk about the sermon. These are questions you can reflect on by yourself, with your family, or with your small group.
- Contrary to what we hear in our culture today, explain why the interdependence of a man’s role as “head” and a woman’s role as “helper” should be celebrated rather than vilified.
- In light of the complementary roles that God created and designed for men and women, why is it important for women to be women and not try to be men, and for men to be men and not try to be women?
- Does the Bible teach that women must wear head coverings in church and men cannot have long hair? If not, then what is Paul’s point in bringing up these ideas in 1 Corinthians 11?
- Can a woman be the CEO of a company and have authority over men without being in conflict with 1 Corinthians 11? Explain
- Our culture will tell Christians that the truths we hold to, such as the created order of the roles of men and women, are outmoded, old-fashioned, out of touch with modern society. Why shouldn’t this bother us? How should Christians respond when the culture contradicts God’s Word?