TEACHING BIBLICAL STUDIES CREATIVELY: A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

J G Du Plessis

Abstract


The essay translates concepts from the theory of creativity into a biblical framework. It demonstrates that creativity lies at the heart of the biblical message of humility and sacrificial love.

Teaching the Bible creatively does not depend on external, formal techniques, but on unravelling the inner core of the biblical message as creative communication.

The creativity with which the Bible deals is not the privilege of a few, but accessible to all.

Keywords


Biblical Studies; Creative communication; Creative teaching

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/34-0-1863

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