I Corinthians
The Church, Then and Now
Welcome
Session 12
Freedom & Rights: Part I
Chapter 8: 1-13
Discussion Groups Process
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Gather in groups of 6 to 8 people, same
demographic.
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For this session, complete questions 1 to 6.
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Use various Bible versions to clarify text.
Share your answers.
Note any points remaining unclear after group
review.
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Confidentiality: personal comments acceptable,
avoid private comments, maintain respect for
group.
CANADIAN CHARTER
OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
(1982)
Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that
recognize the supremacy of God and the rule
of law:
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in
it subject only to such reasonable limits
prescribed by law as can be demonstrably
justified in a free and democratic society.
FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS
Everyone has the following fundamental
freedoms:
(a) freedom of conscience and religion;
(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and
expression, including freedom of the press
and other media of communication;
(c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
(d) freedom of association.
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
• Democratic Rights
• Mobility Rights
• Legal Rights
• Equality Rights
• Official Languages of Canada
• Minority Language Educational Rights
King Jeroboam offers
sacrifice to a golden
calf.
Family offers
sacrifice to
Ganesh Chaturth.
To Eat or Not to Eat?
For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost,
and to us,
to lay upon you no greater burden
than these necessary things;
That ye abstain from meats offered to idols,
and from blood, and from things strangled,
and from fornication:
from which if ye keep yourselves,
ye shall do well.
Acts 15:28-29 KJV
I Corinthians
The Church, Then and Now
Freedom & Rights
I Corinthians 8
1.
Knowledge (v1-2)
2.
Love
3.
Conscience (v7-13)
(v3-6)
Jesus
Christ
Overcoming
Christian
Denominal
Christian
Love
Religious
Person
Agnostic
Athiest
satan
Knowledge
I Corinthians
The Church, Then and Now
Freedom & Rights
I Corinthians 8
1.
Knowledge (v1-2)
2.
Love
3.
Conscience (v7-13)
(v3-6)
Knowledge
Conscience
If K = 0
Then C = 0
If K = 10
Then C = 10
If K = 50
Then C = 50
If K = 100
Then C = 100
I Corinthians
The Church, Then and Now
Next Session:
Freedom & Rights: Part II
Chapter 9
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I Corinthians The Church Then and Now