First off, sorry if this is in the wrong forum. I almost put it in "preaching" (as it involves teaching), but decided that didn't fit either. Here's my situation: I was raised in a semi-pelagian Baptist church. As such, I've never been part of a catechism class, either as a student or teacher. I am a few years into my Calvinizing (you know what I mean) of the Baptist church I currently pastor and am wanting to start a class for adults going through Spurgeon's revision of the catechism. I need advice. How should I approach it? Memorization? How does the discussion usually work? Should I assign different people to read aloud the prooftexts found in some versions? Should I "teach through" the confession at the same time? Are there good supplemental curricula that I could look at? I'm worried that people will be totally bored by this if I just read question, read answer, repeat. We most recently have studied KLuck's excellent book Why We Love the Church, the DVD series Amazing Grace, and Wittmer's book Don't Stop Believing.All of these come with lots of discussion questions, case studies, etc. Any insight is much appreciated.