Discussion Questions: Luke 2:1-21

Questions For Discussion At Home Or In Gospel Community Groups

  • Who makes it into the history books of the world — what kinds of people? Which part of history does the Bible focus on? What kinds of people play a central role in this story? Who is the central figure? What are the implications of these observations for us?
  • Why does Luke spend two chapters tellings us about the things that happened in the world before Jesus was fully aware of and able to articulate his messianic mission (see Luke 2:52)?  
  • Why was there so much angelic activity in the days of Jesus’ birth (and throughout his whole ministry)? Are the angels always active? What do they do? Why don’t we see them?
  •  Discuss the implications of the lowliness of Christ’s birth for the Christian life.

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