Virginia Hills Church
Faith and Politics (Week 3)
Join us this Sunday at 10:00 am as Eric Reploeg preaches on Faith and Politics
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  • VA Hills Church
    737 Rockland Rd, Front Royal, VA 22630, USA
    Sunday 11:00 AM
  • Virginia Hills Church
    Sunday 11:00 AM
Fundamental Attribution Error:
Causes us to attribute people’s _____________ to their __________________.
Causes us to think the ___________ ___________.
Causes us to be _________________.
Culturally disruptive _______________: Our love and loyalty is to _________
and to ________ _________.
When you vote, vote your Law of Christ __________________.
The rest of the time, carry one another’s burdens and _________ the Law of Christ.
We gain a better understanding of where they ______ or where they __________.
If we never understand, we still _____ the most important thing: we ___________ the Law of Christ.
Do you only _________ people who ____________ with you?
You don’t have to _____________________ me or ____________ with me to
__________ me.

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Community Group Study Questions:
Spend some time prayerfully answering the following questions in preparation for this week’s Community Group discussion.

What is something that stood out to you from this week’s sermon? What did you learn that you need to apply?

Where have you seen fundamental attribution error in our society? In the church? What has been the result(s)?

Does pride play a role in disunity? (Proverbs 13:10) How so?

What does Romans 12:3 and Philippians 2:3 say about our behavior?
How does/could this impact our relationships (at home, work, etc)?

Is it possible that your law of Christ conscience could differ from someone else’s? If so, why is that?

Is it healthier to focus on how you vote, or how you can help (Galatians 6:2)?