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Reflection Question 1
What are the four elements of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral?
1) Belief, prayer, obedience, worship
2) Scripture, tradition, reason, faith
3) Scripture, tradition, experience, reason
4) Tradition, experience, obedience, worship
Reflection Question 2
What is the primary source of understanding God’s work according to the Wesleyan Quadrilateral?
Reflection Question 3
Why should tradition be scrutinized according to the lesson?
1) Because it’s outdated
2) Because some traditions came from sinful impulses
3) Because it contradicts scripture
4) Because it’s irrelevant to modern believers
Reflection Question 4
What parts of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral resonate most with you and why?
Reflection Question 5
What are some examples of how reason has helped you understand or interpret a biblical story or concept?
Reflection Question 6
Considering the potential pitfalls of tradition mentioned in the lesson, discuss a tradition within your faith community that you think could be re-evaluated or reinterpreted. Why, and what might be the consequences of such a reconsideration?