Tag: Christianity

The Bible’s abandoned “mines”

For Hacking the Humanities this year I would love to textmine a sacred text, looking for the uses of female pronouns. So, while doing research on text mining and the King James Version Bible (one of the many translations available), I came across something quite interesting:

The Bible has been textmined for prophecies.

and some of them came true?

Holy Memes: where Christianity, self-mockery, and social media meet

written by Aurora E. L. Turkenburg

Memes come in many forms, shapes, and sizes. But the function of a meme is always the same: they are meant to make you laugh. Hysterically. Recently the amount of religion-inspired memes on my social media feed – whether COVID induced, or “God-given”, is rising.

But what, exactly, are religious memes – and why do Christians love them so much?

source: https://static.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/christian-memes-7-5cbf0e02cae11__700.jpg