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“I’m interested in the elements of remix as a way of thinking about methods of biblical interpretation. It’s with this idea in mind that I sat down to work with Stacy on how we might find ways to re-engage my students so that they understand and appreciate the orality of the text. There are congruities between oral and digital storytelling that are so useful.”
“I came to this class hoping to learn a whole lot more about how to improve the outreach both in my local congregation and for our regional body. As Quakers we have a line, ‘What canst thou say?’ and we have been really bad at answering that question. I’m learning how to.”
“I think burying yourself in the library is not the definition of thinking deeply. I did my exegetical work, but I looked at it more practically [for my digital story]. How would a parent in the pews approach this? I tried to digest these academic commentaries in a way you don’t have to have a Ph.D. to understand.”