Answer question 7 on page 578 of Writing About Writing (at the end of Haas and Flower’s piece on reading rhetorically): “Think back to the last time someone gave you some instruction in how to read. When was it? What were you taught? What differences are there between what you were taught and what Haas and Flower say is important to teach about reading?”
Choose any other discussion question from pages 577-578 of our textbook and answer it. Please include the question with your response.
What might it mean to read the Bible rhetorically? If applicable, when have you used rhetorical reading strategies when spending time with Scriptures? How have these reading strategies affected your faith, for better or for worse?
Name one concept from this lesson that you most struggle(d) to understand. What about this concept, term, or idea is troublesome? What do you currently think it means, whether you feel certain or not?
Answer at least 3 of the above questions with, at minimum, a 3-5 sentence paragraph. In-depth, thoughtful, and careful responses are encouraged. Be specific where possible.Label your answers or include the text of the questions so readers know which questions you are responding to.
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