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Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 30 2011,22:11   

Thank you all. I too am not sure if the distinction I make is helpful, and I certainly don't want to go snootily around slapping "oral culture" on anything I don't agree with.

It does strike me, though, that Bible study is such an important part of Protestant belief yet it leaves few written records. Any archivist abhors a vacuum with few or no records. This just intrigues me from an info sci/information seeking behavior standpoint - in which, if you are sane, you have no similar interest. ;)

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