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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What is the Bible?
(2) Who is it for?
(3) Why is it important?
(4) What can we learn from the Bible?
(5) How is the Bible different from the holy books of other religions?
(6) Do you think the Bible is interesting?
(7) Have you read all of the Bible?
(8) What is your favorite part of the Bible?
(9) Do you think everything in the Bible is true?
(10) What do you think of the shortened Bible that can be read in 100 minutes?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) How often do you read the Bible?
(2) What do you know of the history of the Bible – how all of the books were collected and put together?
(3) What is the main message of the Bible?
(4) Who is the most important person in the Bible?
(5) Do you think the Bible is more interesting than a good novel?
(6) Is there a hidden code in the Bible?
(7) What is the difference between the old and new testaments and which one is more important?
(8) How can religious leaders get more people to read the Bible?
(9) Was the world created the way it is described in the Bible?
(10) If the Bible has all of the answers, why doesn’t everyone read it?



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