Steps to Christ -- Study Guide


Lesson Five - Pages 105-126

“What to Do With Doubt”

1. What problem especially troubles those who are young in the Christian life? (105)

SC-SG 34.1

2. What three facts about God are established by reasonable testimony? (105)

SC-SG 34.2

3. Why do you think God has not removed the possibility of doubt? (105)

SC-SG 34.3

4. Finish the sentence: “Our faith must rest upon ______________________________________________________________.” (105) SC-SG 34.4

What do you believe this means?
SC-SG 34.5

5. How much of God’s purposes can we understand? (106)

SC-SG 34.6

6. Rather than to doubt, what should the great mysteries of the Bible cause us to do? (106, 107)

SC-SG 34.7

7. Explain how Bible truth is adapted to all classes (107)

SC-SG 35.1

8. How should the believer react to the fact that there are mysteries in the Bible that cannot be understood? (108)

SC-SG 35.2

9. How do skeptics and infidels react to not being able to understand everything in the Bible? (108)

SC-SG 35.3

10. Why are there popular theories and doctrines that are supposed to come from the Bible, but do not? (108, 109)

SC-SG 35.4

11. Why is it that created beings will never have a full understanding of God and His works? (109)

SC-SG 35.5

12. How only can we understand God’s Word? (109)

SC-SG 35.6

13. Finish the sentence: “God desires man to exercise his _______________________________________________________.” (109) SC-SG 36.1

14. How is it possible to read the Bible in a way that may cause injury? (110)

SC-SG 36.2

15. What is the real cause of doubt and skepticism in most cases? (111)

SC-SG 36.3

16. How only can we arrive at truth in the study of the Bible? (111)

SC-SG 36.4

17. In what way may we receive greater light and understanding? (111)

SC-SG 36.5

18. What place does experience have in building our confidence in God’s Word? (111)

SC-SG 36.6

19. When only may we be confident that we will have answers to all which has perplexed us? (113)

SC-SG 36.7