Study August 16th, 1995
Tales in the Bible
Our Passage: Numbers 25
1. What was the sin here?
2. Was what Phinehas did justified? Why or
3. If what Phinehas did was justified, are
we to do it today? That is to say if someone
walked into church or dated an idolator and
did the same thing should we take the same
justice on them? Why or why not?
4. What was Phinehas' role?
5. If we are not to do what Phinehas did -
What justice are we to take on such people?
What is the equivalent situation today? And
what are the appropriate reactions that we
are to have today in those similar
6. Who are the idolators today?
Application: How does this help me in
dealing with the people at work, the club,
Extra Credit (totally unrelated to this
passage): How old was Jacob when he married
his love Rachel?
More reading: For some real gore read Judges