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Well, despite unpacking boxes, preparing for my son’s graduation, and living with workers still in my home, I have written Jude Lesson One and recorded a video to go along with the introductory lesson.  If you wanted to be a part of the study and did not receive a newsletter, please leave a comment below so I can forward the newsletter to you.

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Jude Overview Questions for discussion: (You do not have to answer them all, but at least thoroughly answer one from group A and one from group B.)

Group A Questions:

What is your initial impression of the book?

Has the initial observation of the book left you with questions?  If so, list a few.

What was Jude’s purpose in writing the letter at that time and how is the purpose of the message still relevant today?

 

Group B Questions:

What part of the inductive method did you most enjoy?  Why?

Which part of the inductive method did you least enjoy?  Why?

How do you think studying Jude’s historical background has enriched your understanding the author’s purpose for writing?

 

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