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- Baylor University Press 2005; US$ 34.95
Quoting God charts the many ways in which media reports religion news, how media uses the quoted word to describe lived faith, and how media itself influences-and is influenced by-religion in the public square. The volume intentionally brings together the work of academics, who study religion as a crucial factor in the construction of identity, and... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 19.95
The Blogging Church offers church leaders a field manual for using the social phenomenon of blogs to connect people and build communities in a whole new way. Inside you will find the why, what, and how of blogging in the local church. Filled with illustrative examples and practical advice, the authors answer key questions learned on the frontlines... more...
- The University of North Carolina Press 2002; US$ 30.00
Blending cultural, religious, and media history, Tona Hangen offers a richly detailed look into the world of religious radio. She uses recordings, sermons, fan mail, and other sources to tell the stories of the determined broadcasters and devoted listeners who, together, transformed American radio evangelism from an on-air novelty in the 1920s into... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2010; US$ 30.00
In 1999, the Reverend Jerry Falwell outed Tinky-Winky, the purple character from TV's Teletubbies . Events such as this reinforced in many quarters the common idea that evangelicals are reactionary, out of touch, and just plain paranoid. But reducing evangelicals to such caricatures does not help us understand their true spiritual and political agendas... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 43.95
In the twenty-first century, religious life is increasingly moving from churches, mosques and temples onto the Internet. Today, anyone can go online and seek a new form of religious expression without ever encountering a physical place of worship, or an ordained teacher or priest. The digital age offers virtual worship, cyber-prayers and talk-boards... more...
- SAGE India 2010; US$ 39.95
This book looks at religion in a transnational and global context and presents a systematic account of the methods undertaken by modern-day missionaries who are assisted by satellite and digital technology. The author seeks to understand the outworking of the American phenomenon of televangelism in India in a new historical, cultural, religious, political... more...
- Cowley Publications 2006; US$ 13.99
Engaging News Media is a book that explores the state of the news media and their audiences today, attempting to examine whether or not truth could be found, and if so, how people of faith and people in general might be more successful in extracting it. more...
- The University of North Carolina Press 2004; US$ 30.00
In an examination of religion coverage in Time , Newsweek , Life , The Saturday Evening Post , Ebony , Christianity Today , National Review , and other news and special interest magazines, Sean McCloud combines religious history and social theory to analyze how and why mass-market magazines depicted religions as "mainstream" or "fringe" in... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 24.95
A gentle new way for church leader’s to survive stress and burnout Bruce Miller debunks the idea of balance—basically trying to have it all, all the time. Most churches and their pastors try to do everything at once and feel guilty if any one aspect (worship, ministries, outreach, etc.) is neglected. He replaces the exhausting concept of... more...