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Television Servant or Master?

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ISBN-10: 1556356226

ISBN-13: 9781556356223

Edition: N/A

Authors: Edward J. Carnell, Edward J. Carnell

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In Television: Servant or Master, Carnell develops a balanced approach to this rambunctious new medium of communication. Among his conclusions is the refreshing recognition that the rigid fundamentalist stand against Hollywood moving pictures has suddenly been rendered defunct. Arguing convincingly that all-of life is mixture, that nothing natural or human is either wholly good or wholly bad, he stresses that television's future will depend on how human beings sort out its peril and potential. Book jacket.
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Book details

List price: $25.00
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 11/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 196
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.47" long x 0.43" tall
Weight: 0.572
Language: English

Walter E. Conn is Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Villanova University. He is also the editor of Horizons, journal of the College Theology Society.Edward John Carnell was an ordained Baptist minister, born in Antigo, Wisconsin. For three years he served as Associate Professor of Philosophy of Religion at Gordon Divinity School. He was appointed as the second President of Fuller Theological Seminary from 1954 to 1959. Carnell resigned his position in 1959 to give himself fully to teaching, serving as Professor of Apologetics at Fuller for eight additional years. Dr. Carnell contributed to many religious journals and authored several books including 'An Introduction to…    

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The Collision of the Two Cities
The Magical World of Enchantment
Savior Faire, Please
Read the Label and See for Yourselves
Love Not Sleep Lest You Come to Poverty
The World, the Flesh, and Video
Delicate Roots Require Tender Care
The Vertical Reference