Teaching God’s word is enriching to the soul of both the teacher and those who are taught. So the question stands: How do we teach the Bible?
2:03 – Why should we be interested in equipping ourselves to open up a book of the Bible and then preparing ourselves to teach that book?
3:46 – If we could pick any book of the Bible — whether in the Old or New Testaments — why would we want to pick 1 Peter to teach?
6:06 – How do we let the personal background of the apostle Peter impact how we teach his letters?
11:31 – How many sessions have you taught 1 Peter in and why do you teach it in a certain amount of sessions?
13:31 – What are some good questions a teacher can ask about a given passage?
16:44 – Should a teacher resist telling the correct answer right away?
21:52 – As teachers of the Bible, should we admit we don’t know all the questions that arise from others and from the Bible?
23:15 – Piper and Guthrie begin to walk through 1 Peter.
26:22 – Are visuals helpful for teaching the Bible in a classroom setting?
32:09 – How do we determine what we will discuss in our teaching (for example, 1 Peter 1:9)?
37:54 – How should we handle and teach Old Testament quotations in the New Testament books?
43:15 – How should teachers be faithful to God’s word when we teach on a passage that’s clearly not welcomed by the world (in relation to 1 Peter 2:13–17)?
51:24 – How are we supposed to understand and teach 1 Peter 3:1–6, especially to women?
1:01:32 – How do we understand spirits imprisoned, Noah, the ark, and baptism in 1 Peter 3:18–22)?
1:04:42 – What does it look like to declare the true grace of God and to stand firm in it as teachers of the Bible?