This is the third in a mini series of posts as part of the preparatory thinking on an upcoming series on 1 Peter. Each blog post is simply a list of the questions which each chapter of 1 Peter raises for me. With this being the third in the miniseries it must mean we're looking at chapter 3!
What is Peter's reference "in the same way" in reference to?
What does submission mean in practice?
How do we wrestle not falling into the trap of outward adornment without taking on a legalistic understanding of the command?
What does it mean to be "considerate of your wife"?
What does "in the same way" mean when linked to husbands?
What does "the weaker partner" mean?
Does living without "consideration" affect our prayers?
What does it mean to be "like minded"?
What does "he made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits" mean?
This blog post was brought to you by....Oli Higham
Oli Higham is part of the leadership team at the Rock Community Church. He finds it hard to sum himself up in a few sentences. However he loves Jesus and is also rather fond of his family, films, coffee, rugby, Arsenal FC, poetry, spray paint, beards, cooking and laughing.