Much of the Cultural Mandate (Genesis 1:28) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) involve going - into the world to spread God’s fame and to love our neighbors. How do we see the people at Babel rebelling against these commands?
What do the people mean when they say that they want to "make a name for themselves”? What is concerning about this impulse?
What does Genesis 11:1-9 teach us about human sin and pride?
What does Genesis 11:1-9 teach us about God’s response to sin? How do we see God’s judgment evident in it? How do we see God’s mercy evident in it?
What does God mean when He says "nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them”? What is he saying about humanity? What is he saying about the human heart?
How does Genesis 11:1-9 speak to the diversity of humanity? (Different languages, ethnicities, races, etc.) How does it speak to racism and other sociological issues in our world today?