Biblical storytelling  

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Biblical storytelling is a discipline in which the storyteller takes a passage from the Bible, studies and reflects on that passage, and then tells it in a way so that the hearers may best connect with the story as well. This is often done by learning the words of the story by heart and acting out the story whilst telling it. Traditionally this is done with narrative sections in the Bible, yet Biblical storytelling has been used with other Biblical genres as well.



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