Miscellaneous Bible Study handouts and worksheets

Here you will find worksheets to help you follow along with our Bible studies, as well as handouts that will help illuminate and illustrate our lessons.

  • Structural Christianity 3: God handout

    Structural Christianity

    3. God


    “Theology” is the study of God: Theos + logos.

    Throughout the entire world, cultures pray to, worship, and search for God. God is the theme of poems, songs, stories, and dramas. But while “God” is so familiar, he is so unknown.

    To some God is a cosmic light or a guiding force, to others he is Brahman, Allah, or Buddha, and still to others, he is the sun a tree, or an animal. Therefore, it is not enough to believe in some kind of god. One must know the “One true God” who alone gives meaning to life, and life eternal.

    A. The Various Views of God

    1. Atheism



    2. Agnosticism



    3. Pantheism



    4. Dualism



    5. Polytheism




    6. Monotheism



    B. The Nature of God

    1. God is Incomprehensible yet Knowable



    2. God is Self-Existent




    3. God is spirit



    4. God is personal




    5. God is unity



    6. God is transcendent



    7. God is imminent


     8. God is Infinite





    9. God is Constant (Immutable)




    C. The Moral Attributes of God

    1. Holiness



    2. Righteousness




    3. Truthfulness




    4. Goodness



    5. Love



    6. Grace



    7. Mercy



    8. Long-suffering




    D. God is a Trinity

    1. What is the Trinity?



    2. Proper understanding of the Trinity



    3. Analogies to help explain the Trinity



  • Structural Christianity 4a: Man and the Will of God handout

    Structural Christianity

    Week 4: Man and the Will of God



    The Traveling Salesman’s Wife:


    Who is most responsible?


    How many people in this situation actually broke the law?


    If they did not break the law, by what authority do we say that the others were also wrong?


    What is God’s universal will?


    What is God’s specific will?


    Today we’re going to look at God’s will for our lives, based on a study of the Greek word qelhma, the word translated "will” in the New Testament.


    Text                             God’s Will


    1.           Matthew 7:21       ________________________________________.


    2.           Matthew 12:7       ________________________________________.


    3.           Matthew 18:14     ________________________________________.


    4.           Luke 22:42           ________________________________________.


    5.           2 Corinthians 8:5 ________________________________________.


    6.           Ephesians 1:9-10 ________________________________________.


    7.           Ephesians 5:17    ________________________________________.


    8.           Ephesians 5:17-21 ________________________________________.


    Evidence:    ________________________________________.








    9.           Ephesians 6:6-7   ________________________________________.


    10.        1 Thessalonians 4:3 ________________________________________.


    Evidence:    ________________________________________.




    11.        1 Thessalonians 5:16 ________________________________________.


    12.     1 Thessalonians 5:17 ________________________________________.


    13.     1 Thessalonians 5:18 ________________________________________.


    14.     1 Peter 2:15          ________________________________________.


                       Effect:         ________________________________________.


    15.      2 Peter 3:9           ________________________________________.

  • Structural Christianity 4: Man

    Structural Christianity

    4. Man


    1. Origin


    Q. Who created man according to the Bible?




    Q. What are the three chief ingredients of man according to Bible?


    1. Body:



    1. Soul:



    1. Spirit:




    Q. What is the chief purpose of man?




    Q. What does it mean to be created in the image of God?




    2. Present Condition



    Q. What is the present condition of man?





    Q. What is the Scriptural account of the fall of man?


    Q. How is the Scriptural account of the fall of man interpreted?









    Q. What was the nature of the fall of man?



    Q. What were the results of the fall for Adam and Eve?



    Q. What were the results of the fall for the rest of humanity?


    The Pelagian theory:



    The Semi-Pelagian theory:



    The Augustinian theory:



    Q. What does the Bible say about the relationship between Adam’s sin and our sin?