Writing Sample 2: Inductive Bible Study Questions

Inductive Bible Study Questions
54 Questions Total
Introduction: Overview of Bible Study Methods (Pg. 5-17)


  1. Jeremiah 23:1 says, “Woe to shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of My pasture, says Jehovah.” (LITV)

When it comes to being a shepherd over those God has placed in our care, we must protect our people from:

a. Wolves
b. False Doctrine
c. Difficult Times
d. The Apocalypse


  1. When Paul told Timothy in 2 Timothy 3:16-17, “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate for every good work” (NASB), he was referring in context primarily to:

a. The Old Testament
b. The New Testament
c. The Torah


  1. Why do we study the Bible? (Select all that apply.)

a. To know God
b. To know God’s will
c. To tell people what to do
d. To be equipped to do the work God calls us to
e. To equip others for the work of the ministry
f. To become better than our peers



  1. If we are teachers of God’s word, we will be held more accountable for what we teach than other believers. (TRUE)
  2. When I open my Bible, it is to learn how to support my ideas and opinions on God. (FALSE)
  3. The objective of exegesis is to discover the meaning of a text as God intends and to avoid forcing our own preconceived ideas and “preferred” interpretations onto the text. (TRUE)


End of Sample

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