Reflections on Bible Classes
Have you ever given serious thought to
the typical Bible class arrangement seen
in most churches of Christ (not talking
about “Sunday School”)? Do such
classes constitute the “assembly” and if
not, how should they be considered?
Reflections on Bible Classes
Some have practiced the class
circumstance (various classes according
to age, gender, etc.) and in this situation,
have served the Lord’s Supper (cp. I Cor.
11: 18, 20, 23-34).
Reflections on Bible Classes
It is apparent that some circumstances that are
viewed as having all physically together were
not such (cp. Acts 2: 46).
Bible classes serve as an expedient (cp. I Tim.
3: 15 but not a substitute for “the assembly”).
Reflections on Bible Classes
Not a free-for-all think
tank.
Reflections on Bible Classes
Not for the promotion of
personal agendas.
Reflections on Bible Classes
Not for doing what cannot
be done in the assembly.
Reflections on Bible Classes
Must be organized.
Reflections on Bible Classes
Kindness and regard
must prevail.
Reflections on Bible Classes
Opportunity for detail
study….
Reflections on Bible Classes
As an expedient, Bible
classes must promote good,
growth, and unity as opposed
to ill feeling, infantilism, and
disunity.
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Reflections on Bible Classes