Questions – and the discussions they can stimulate – are the life-blood of small-group Bible study.
However, not all questions are equal, and some can actually bring a discussion to a full stop.
Melissa Kruger cautions against the following types of question:-
1. Captain obvious. While it can be helpful to prompt people to notice what’s actually there in the Bible text, some observation questions are simply inviting people to state the blindingly obvious. So, suggests Kruger:-