There is No God.
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Sun, Mar 05, 2017
Part 1 of the series "The Best Reasons NOT to Believe"<br /> Psalm 14:1<br /> Dr. Clay Smith<br /> Alice Drive Baptist Church<br /> 2017-03-05
Series:The Best Reasons NOT to Believe.   Passages: Proverbs 14:1-2    Teacher: Dr. Clay Smith

LIFE GROUP Discussion Guide

The Best Reasons not to Believe: There is NO GOD  Psalms 14:1-2  ADBC 3-5/6-17



Note to Leaders: Every small group is different, so we are providing a summary study with additional resources in the Going Deeper section. Please choose the questions that relate best to your particular group.


Starter: Tell about someone you know who does not believe there is a god.  In your opinion, why do they not believe?


Engage and Connect

1.      Read Proverbs 14:1-2

2.      A fool is someone who has something missing so they miss something.  In your opinion, what are the common things that people “miss” that cause them to miss God?

3.      Corruption refers to the disconnection of the soul.  Where have you seen the greatest disconnects:  Between heart and body? Heart and mind/thoughts/feelings?  Heart and relationships? 

4.      Vile things (or abominations) refers to things that out of order or not in their proper place.  What has been your experience in life when a soul is not in order?  What kind of life results?

5.      In your opinion, why do atheists not band together to do good works?

6.      Clay mentioned to classic clues to the existence of God: the existence of the universe and order in the universe.  How are love and beauty also clues to the existence of God?

Prayer:  Father, Let my soul be healed by the power of Jesus.  Whatever doubts I have, let me always ponder them in your loving presence so you can teach my soul.  I humbly ask this in the name of Jesus, Amen.



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