Penggunaan Mnemonik Alkitab Model Paralel Untuk Mengingat Ayat-Ayat Alkitab

Tjie Fu Sien


Mnemonics are related to remembering and recalling, and have been used for thousands of years. Mnemonic strategies have been used in various fields both psychology and medical. In this case the writer wants to examine the use of mnemonics in remembering Bible verses. The author conducted a literature study by examining a variety of relevant library sources. From the results of the analysis of several literature sources, parallel mnemonics can be used to help remember Bible verses. Mnemonics can help the process of remembering because it involves the media and associations so that it helps the senses in remembering.


Mnemonik berkaitan dengan mengingat dan ingatan, serta telah digunakan ribuan tahun. Strategi mnemonik telah digunakan dalam berbagai bidang baik psikologi maupun medis. Dalam hal ini penulis ingin mencermati pemanfaatan mnemonik dalam mengingat  ayat-ayat Alkitab. Penulis melakukan studi pustaka dengan mencermati berbagai sumber pustaka relevan. Dari hasil analisis beberapa sumber pustaka, mnemonik parallel yang dapat digunakan untuk membantu mengingat ayat Alkitab. Mnemonik dapat membantu proses mengingat karena melibatkan media dan asosiasi sehingga menolong indera dalam mengingat.

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