Teaching the Bible Through Popular Culture and the Arts

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Mark Roncace, Patrick Gray
Society of Biblical Lit, 2007 - 393 ˹
This resource enables biblical studies instructors to facilitate engaging classroom experiences by drawing on the arts and popular culture. It offers brief overviews of hundreds of easily accessible examples of art, film, literature, music, and other media and outlines strategies for incorporating them effectively and concisely in the classroom. Although designed primarily for college and seminary courses on the Bible, the ideas can easily be adapted for classes such as Theology and Literature or Religion and Art as well as for nonacademic settings. This compilation is an invaluable resource for anyone who teaches the Bible.
 

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Teaching the Bible with Music
7
Popular Music
15
Classical Music
53
Film
85
Teaching the Bible with Film
87
The Bible in Film
97
Nonbiblical Narrative in Film
119
Art
173
Other Media
323
Introduction
325
Cartoons and Comics
329
Youth Literature Programming andEntertainment
335
Animated Television
343
Television Dramas and Documentaries
353
Internet Websites
359
Index of Biblical Texts
365

Biblical Subjects in Art
187
Abstract and Nonbiblical Art
229
Literature
239
Teaching the Bible with Literature
241
Poetry
251
Fiction and Nonfiction
297

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Mark Roncace is Assistant Professor of Religion at Wingate University in Wingate, North Carolina, and author of Jeremiah, Zedekiah, and the Fall of Jerusalem (T&T Clark). Patrick Gray is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, and author of Godly Fear: The Epistle to the Hebrews and Greco-Roman Critiques of Superstition (Society of Biblical Literature). They are the editors of Teaching the Bible: Practical Strategies for Classroom Instruction (Society of Biblical Literature).

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