Blind Faith [e]POD
Video and Small Group Curriculum
Video Length: 8 minutes
Is Christianity a blind faith or a reasoned faith?
This stand-alone, video-based resource taps into real conversations with young people from different spiritual backgrounds—a Buddhist, Muslim, Jew, Seventh Day Adventist, New Ager, Mormon, and evangelical Christian—as they wrestle with the topic of faith and reasoning.
Although the existence of God cannot be proved or disproved, there are observable phenomena in the world around us that can help students reach a reasoned conclusion about whether or not to believe in the God of the Bible. This youth group lesson will help your students explore some of the evidences for God found around us and within us. Teens will role-play how to share these evidences with their friends.
- an ice-breaker activity
- ALT-ernative discussion questions
- a music/media option
This lesson and youth Bible study will:
- challenge your teens to understand their own beliefs
- motivate and train your teens for outreach
- equip your teens to engage their friends in intentional spiritual conversations