Passage: Romans 14:1-15:13
There are often disagreements among Christians, many of them very serious and very heated. Where we ought to be quick to unite and slow to divide, it seems we are often slow to unite and quick to divide. Where the gospel is best protected and displayed in unity we seem to believe the gospel is best protected and displayed in division.
- What is an idol in the modern day? How are idols a symptom of misplaced worship?
- How are Christians supposed to disagree with each other in areas where scripture isn’t as clear as it is in other places?
- How do we deal with each other when as Christians our politics don’t align?
- How do you reform your conscience?
- Wouldn’t it be great to be a part of a church where our unity in the gospel was more important than our division over debatable things? What could we do to make that happen?