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Creative Ideas for a Religion Project?

I have a creative project in my religion class, I basically have to base my project on a religion or religions in America in a creative way. My professor made it clear that she doesn't want any power points, essays or anything with words, she really wants us to be creative. Some Examples she gave us were:... show more I have a creative project in my religion class, I basically have to base my project on a religion or religions in America in a creative way. My professor made it clear that she doesn't want any power points, essays or anything with words, she really wants us to be creative.

Some Examples she gave us were:
- a previous student did his project on the anatomy of the crucifixion of Jesus.
- a previous student who focused on stained glass windows in churches, in which he replicated and created his own.
- another student is focusing on a religious view in gangs

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*any ideas will be helpful, thank you :))

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