Lesson 6 of10
In Progress

Is there a Right and Wrong?

  • Question 01
    Why do you think people have different conclusions on what is right and what is wrong?
  • Question 02
    Is it in our nature to know what is right and wrong?
  • Question 03
    Do you think it is on each person to discern what is right or wrong for themselves or is it ultimately determined by a higher authority?
  • Question 04
    How do you handle a situation when two people have different beliefs on what is right and wrong?
  • Question 05
    Do you believe there is a standard when determining right and wrong? Why or Why not?
  • Question 06
    Do you believe the Bible is our absolute moral standard for topics such as honesty, sexuality, the value of human life? Are there certain situations where these ethics can change? Why or why not?
  • Question 07
    Do you believe we can determine with absolute certainty, what is right and wrong? Why or why not?
  • Exercise 01
    In the book of Judges, the Bible states there was a time when “everyone did what was right in their own eyes.” Does this describe our society today? Why or why not? What scenarios would a country face if there was no law in the land and everyone behaved according to their own conclusion of right and wrong?
  • Exercise 02
    Read and consider the passage in Romans 7:15-25 where Paul discusses his struggle between right and wrong. Share with the group, times when you might have experienced similar feelings. Has it ever felt like an internal war when deciding between doing what is right or wrong? Why should we not give up on trying to do what is right? Who is it that ultimately helps us in this internal war?
  • Exercise 03
    Look up a morality issue that is highly debated (white lies, abortion, gender orientation, equality, marriage, etc.). Then share with the group, each sides viewpoints and the standard from which they base their points?