Every generation must accept the responsibility of training the next. Yet, are modern Christian pastors and educators using teaching paradigms that impact memory and long-term memory retention? Pedagogical Theory of the Hebrew Bible is a cross-disciplinary book that connects religious education with active learning theory and demonstrates how these two areas are intimately connected within the biblical texts of Genesis through 2 Kings. Through vivid discussion of the literary texts, Adrian Hinkle demonstrates that religious educators never used isolated oral stories or instructions. Instead, these are purposefully connected with other learning formats to increase memory retention and ensure each generation experiences the traditions of Yahweh.