Teaching Romans Backwards is a study guide to Scot McKnight's Reading Romans Backwards that helps teachers and students work through the McKnight's text in an engaging and interactive way. Becky Castle Miller has carefully created and designed a range of learning activities, from simple to complex, for all levels of students and all learning styles.
Originally designed for a fifteen-week course, the guide can be easily condensed or expanded. Each lesson includes tasks and readings for the students to complete before class, in class instructions and lesson plans, and a peek into the lesson for the following week. The appendices contain additional materials, including quiz and essay questions, that help instructors turn their exploration of Reading Romans Backwards from a discussion to a more standard course.
Available for order in paperback and free download on the Baylor University Press website, this guide allows readers to experience Romans in a whole new light. Teaching Romans Backwards seeks to bring Romans to life in all contexts and for all people.