How to start a Christian Argument

Sometimes, an argument can be good for the soul, or at least a good debate can be a great way to let go of some frustration, clear the air, and hear what people may really think about a particular subject

If you happen to fancy starting a debate (maybe during housegroup), here are a couple of comments that if you shout them loud enough, someone may react**.

  1. I don’t believe infant baptism is biblical .
  2. I believe Christian Concern are right about the London Mayor.
  3. If Christianity was alcohol, which alcohol would it be?
  4. We drink alcohol free communion wine right? Thats what Jesus would drink.
  5. Praying in tongues is to be encouraged.
  6. What do people think about women being able to speak in Church?
  7. I voted Conservative in the election, please don’t judge me.
  8. I dont think we’re welcoming as a church to *choose your own group of people*.
  9. The King James Version of the Bible, is the only true word of God.
  10. Ask why we need to meet as a Church on Sundays, as opposed to meeting with people at other times.

Any other comments you could make to start an argument?


**The Church Sofa takes no responsibility if any debate / argument gets out of hand in any way. We’re not even responsible for childish name calling… but that might be funny…

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  1. – Would it be okay to light a candle in memory of my late mother/husband/brother…?
    – Why don’t we do away with the pews and go for a more flexible seating scheme?
    – Do the choir realy need to wear those robes?
    (just a few tried and tested topics)

  2. Why don’t we dance in church? Could we make a space for it?
    What colour should the new church seating be?
    Do you think we should stop doing the flowers in church?
    Does the lead singer have to be turned up that loud?
    Shouldn’t the young people go out to their groups earlier/later?
    It’s a lovely day, why don’t we take our service outside?
    Why don’t we go back to using the hymn books?
    When is the best time to deliver a prophetic word?
    Do you think we should try using a different instant coffee for after the church meeting?

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