It’s true. I love good questions. I even love to answer questions with questions. I’m not opposed to telling someone that I don’t know the answer to a question, then asking them another question to help us both work toward an answer.
So, I’ve been very pleased with Miguel at “God-Directed Deviations” lately. I’ve already linked to and commented on several of his posts. This post will not focus on one of his posts in particular. Instead, I want to point out the great questions that he’s asking.
(By the way, for those who do not know, Miguel is living in the cloud forest region of the Andes Mountains in Ecuador proclaiming the gospel and discipling people. He truly has a heart for helping people grow in maturity in Jesus Christ.)
Here are some of the excellent questions that he’s been asking on his site recently:
- How Important are Instruction and Imitation in Making Disciples?
- When is a disciple considered as “made”?
- When is a church considered planted?
- Is salvation a matter of urgency?
Like I said, I love these kinds of questions. They really force me to think about what I believe and how I’m living (or not living) in response to those stated beliefs.
If you want to reply to any of Miguel’s questions, jump over to his site and comment.
Have you heard any good questions that the church should think about?