Meme Busting Video Course: Reclaiming Rhetoric on the Internet

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Meme Busting Video Course:
Reclaiming Rhetoric on the Internet

Do you ever think about how internet memes shape the way you think about things? Why are memes so popular? What does the Bible say about entertainment and discernment?

Sit in and listen as Chris Buckles teaches our 2018 Base Camp class about:

  • What memes are and what memes are not
  • Memes as a form of entertainment
  • Memes as a form of persuasion
  • Dissecting and discerning memes
  • and more…

About Chris Buckles

Chris Buckles is a Literature, Composition, Logic, and Rhetoric teacher at Providence Classical Christian Academy and an adjunct instructor of English at Missouri Baptist University here in St. Louis. He received his B.S.E. in Secondary Education English from Hannibal La-Grange University, where he met his pretty and witty wife Lindsey, and has M.A. in Educational Leadership at Saint Louis University. During his undergraduate studies, he traveled locally and internationally with a ministry team called The New Edition, ministering to students at various events and camps, while also performing Biblically based dramatic sketches. Chris has also been a contributor to Missouri Baptist’s Faith and Learning Journal Integrite. He enjoys reading theology, being involved in theatrical productions, and the music and films that are a product of the infamous 80s. Chris and Lindsey have one son, Scott.

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