Understanding Evangelical Media The Changing Face of Christian Communication
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Description: Quentin J. Schultze and Robert H. Woods Jr. survey the landscape of where and how Christians are actively teaching, persuading and delighting the masses, and offer sound assessments of the issues that new media, innovative technologies and tried-and-true methods are raising for the church's witness today and tomorrow.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 6/28/2008
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Getting the Conversation Going About Media and Culture|
|Looking Beyond Radio for Listeners|
|Thinking Outside the Tribal TV Box|
|Moving from Film to Digital Movies|
|Pursuing New Periodicals in Print and Online|
|Publishing Books for the Tribe and Beyond|
|Practicing Worship Media Beyond PowerPoint|
|Going Digital with Contemporary Christian Music|
|Praising God with Popular Worship Music|
|Following Pilgrims into Cyberspace|
|Evangelicals in Theater: Inching Toward Center Stage|
|Faith-Based Theme Parks and Museums: Multidemensional Media|
|Merchandising Jesus Products|
|Converting Comic Books into Graphic Novels and Digital Cartoons|
|Evangelicals' Quest to Find God's Place in Games|
|Advertising: Fueling a Passion for Consumption|
|Promoting Public Relations in a New-Media Environment|
|Internationalizing Evangelical Media|
|Energizing Media Ethics|
|Considering a Catholic View of Evangelical Media|
|Looking with a Jew at Evangelical Popular Culture|
|Conclusion: Being Fairly Self-Critical About Evangelical Media|