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Bible studies in 1 Corinthians 11 include worship practices and the Lord's Supper.  The questions are designed for personal or group inductive style Bible study and discussion.

1 Corinthians 11 Worship Practices And The Lord's Supper

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1 Corinthians 11:1-16 Worship Practices:

1.  What do you feel it means that the head of man is Christ?

2.  Consider what it means that the head of the woman is man in light of John 15:12-13, Php 2:3-11, and Eph 5:25.  In this light, who is to be the servant?

3.  Do you feel Paul is applying a universal and timeless principle in vs 4-16 or a principle that applies to that place and time?  Why?

4.  Consider vs 7 in light of Genesis 1:27.  Do you feel it's important to make a distinction between men and women with respect to the image of God?

5.  What do you feel "sign of authority" means?

6.  If men must have short hair and women must have long hair and wear hats, what happened to Paul's statement "all things are permissible" in 6:12 and in 10:23? 

1 Corinthians 11:17-34 The Lord's Supper:

1.  Compare vs 17-21 with what happens among those you worship with immediately before and after the Lord's Supper, with respect to divisions, selfishness, hunger and drunkenness.

Compare vs 25-26 with Matt 26:23, Mark 14:20 and John 13:26:

2.  Are bread and wine the only things served on this occasion, or is it a meal?

3.  Do you feel bread and wine were commonly used or only on special occasions?

4.  Do you feel Christ was telling us to remember Him in this way at every meal or just an occasional ceremony?

5.  How do you feel someone would take part in the Lord's Supper in an unworthy manner?

6.  What, in your opinion, should be included in the act of examining ourselves?

7.  Look at vs 30-32.  Is Paul speaking of all illness and death or just the situation in Corinth?  Why?

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