Teen's Lifelong Learning
Chapter 10 of Unoffendable: "Idea: Let's Punch Brant in the Face"
1. On pp. 71–72: Is the "Smoking Stinks" approach to communication or leading people to Messiah an effective approach? Why or why not?
2. On pp. 72–74: What's the author's point about publicizing our moral accomplishments? Do you agree with the author on this point?
3. On pp. 74–77: Someone retell the story of the author's stealing of $600.00 by radio preparation piracy. How did the "secular broadcaster guy" handle the situation?
4. On pp. 76–77: It's okay to be moral and have our act together isn't it? What the author is critiquing is the person who radiates moral superiority and disapproval of others. Do we understand the difference, and how people are not going to reach out in a crisis to someone who demonstrates moral superiority or disapproval of others?
5. On p. 77: Do you agree that refusing to be offended by others is a powerful door-opener to actual relationships? Share examples of this with the group.
6. On p. 77: Do we love people like Yeshua did/does by loving them without changing them first?
7. On p. 77: Will we leave the changing of people to God?
8. On p. 77: How can I control the behavior of others when I cannot fully control myself? Isn't this a reasonable question that we should ask ourselves?