Popologetics Popular Culture in Christian Perspective
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: P & R Publishing
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: "Why Would Anybody Want to Study That?"|
|Puzzle Pieces: Popular Culture and Worldview|
|The Conversation between the Beaver and the Tree: The Influence of Popular Culture on Worldview|
|R.S.V.P.: What Is a Worldview Apologetic?|
|Toward a Theology of Popular Culture: What Creation, Fall, and Redemption Tell Us about Popular Culture|
|Some Not-So-Helpful Approaches to Popular Culture|
|Problem? What Problem?: The "What, Me Worry?" Approach|
|Don't Touch That Dial-It's Dirty!: The "Ew-Yuck" Response|
|But It's So Jejune: The "We're-Above-All-That" Approach|
|A Word Is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Imagophobia|
|It's All Good!: Cheerleaders of the Postmodern|
|Summary and Overview of Part 2|
|Engaging Popular Culture: Why Critique Popular Culture?|
|Popologetics: Reading and Responding to Popular Culture|
|Popologetics Workshop: Practicing a Christian Reading of Popular Culture|
|Summary and Conclusion to Part 3|
|The Way Forward: Objections and Conclusions|
|Index of Persons|
|Index of Subjects|
|Index of Scripture|