"What to Do With Doubt"
1. What problem especially troubles those who are young in the Christian life? (105)
 
2. What three facts about God are established by reasonable testimony? (105)
 
3. Why do you think God has not removed the possibility of doubt? (105)
 
4. Finish the sentence: "Our faith must rest upon ______________________________________________________________." (105)
What do you believe this means?
 
5. How much of God's purposes can we understand? (106)
 
6. Rather than to doubt, what should the great mysteries of the Bible cause us to do? (106, 107)
 
7. Explain how Bible truth is adapted to all classes (107)
 
8. How should the believer react to the fact that there are mysteries in the Bible that cannot be understood? (108)
 
9. How do skeptics and infidels react to not being able to understand everything in the Bible? (108)
 
10. Why are there popular theories and doctrines that are supposed to come from the Bible, but do not? (108, 109)
 
11. Why is it that created beings will never have a full understanding of God and His works? (109)
 
12. How only can we understand God's Word? (109)
 
13. Finish the sentence: "God desires man to exercise his _______________________________________________________." (109)
14. How is it possible to read the Bible in a way that may cause injury? (110)
 
15. What is the real cause of doubt and skepticism in most cases? (111)
 
16. How only can we arrive at truth in the study of the Bible? (111)
 
17. In what way may we receive greater light and understanding? (111)
 
18. What place does experience have in building our confidence in God's Word? (111)
 
19. When only may we be confident that we will have answers to all which has perplexed us? (113)