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Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast

Jan 29, 2021

  • Why?: How do you study in order to teach the Bible?
  • What?: The goal in studying is to understand what God said to the original recipients through the human author's writing and then to help your learners apply that truth to their lives. An efficient way to do that is a method called inductive Bible study. That could...


Jan 22, 2021

  • Why?: How and why might you teach a lesson using only a case study as your method?
  • What?: A case study is an effective way of helping your learners apply the truth of Scripture to a specific, real-life situation. For example, in teaching 1 John chapter 1, verses 1-4, I could present a case study of a large church in a...


Jan 15, 2021

  • Why?: If a Bible passage has one timeless truth, why do we need to adapt our lessons for different learners?
  • What?: Contrary to the "my truth"/"your truth" lie in our relativistic culture, there is only THE truth in the Bible. If "our truth" doesn't agree with biblical truth, we are wrong. If we have rightly understood...


Jan 8, 2021

  • Why?: 3 points and an illustration? How many points should your Bible lesson have?
  • What?: Pastor and theologian, John Stott, was asked how many points a sermon should have. He responded, "At least one." The same applies to our Bible lessons: they should have at least one point. In fact, often that's all they need—1...


Jan 1, 2021

  • Why?: Without the original writings, can we really trust our Bibles?
  • What?: 2 Tim, chapter 3, verse 16 says that all Scripture was breathed out by God. The whole Bible, then, has God as its author. But, God used approximately 40 men over fifteen hundred years to write down what we have as the Holy Bible. Those men,...