Galatians 3:15-25, Romans 5:20, Colossians 2:17, Genesis 15
How did you view your teachers growing up? Did you like being taught or were you hard to teach? (or in other words: what kind of learner are you?)
How do you handle it when people point out that you're wrong?
Are you a "do it yourself" person? Where can this be a strength? A weakness?
Have you ever tried to do/not do certain things to make yourself a "better person?" How did it work?
How do you view "The Law" in the Bible? What role has it played in your faith & life?
How do you respond to the "Legalism Litmus Test?":
- Impersonal Relationship with God
- Motivated by rewards & fear
- Constant Anxiety
- State of Bondage & Helplessness
Why is The Law such a temporary, short-sighted thing? Why is it unable to bring genuine change & salvation?
How does "The Law" point to Jesus in real & practical ways?
How does "putting the Law in its place help you to grow as a disciple who loves God, love people & serves the world?