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Muehlhoff and Lewis are guides, aiding us in understanding the broad field of human communication in Christian perspective and offer readers a vital assessment of the power of words, perspective-taking, persuasion and conflict management.
This new work discusses implications of theory for interpersonal relations, use of media, and development of digital culture in wake of the computer. It draws widely from literature of the secular world, critiquing perspectives where necessary and adopting perspectives that line up with Christian anthropology, epistemology, and ontology.
Campolo and Darling explore dynamic connections that occurs when spirituality/spiritual practices are combined with effective communication. This important guide will reveal Campolo's preaching secrets and Darling's wise counsel as a professor of communication.
With the development of instantaneous global communication, it is vital to communicate effectively across cultural boundaries. This addition to the acclaimed Encountering Mission series is designed to offer contemporary intercultural communication insights to mission students and practitioners.
We are called to speak with effectiveness and in a way that honors God and embodies Christian virtue. In An Essential Guide to Public Speaking, Schultze encourages readers to become servant speakers who serve their audiences as neighbors and provides a biblical perspective on public speaking.
More Than Talk: A Covenantal Approach to Everyday Communication introduces readers to communication principles and practices from a Christian perspective. Includes more intersections between covenantal ideals and communication practice and theological insights in order to shed light on covenantal principles across diverse contexts.
The Theological Implications of Digital Culture This informed theology of communication and media analyzes how we consume new media and technologies and discusses the impact on our social and religious lives. Combining expertise in religion online, theology, and technology, the authors synthesize scholarly work on religion and the internet for a nonspecialist audience. They show that both media studies and theology offer important resources for helping Christians engage in a thoughtful and faith-based critical evaluation of the effect of new media technologies on society, our lives, and the church.
Discover why words matter in a noisy world Technology has made it easier than ever before to share just about everything: pictures, ideas, even the ups and downs of your morning errand run. Yet all our talking doesn't seem to be connecting us the way it promised to.
Throughout history, determined individuals have appropriated and reconstructed rhetorical and religious resources to create effective arguments. In the process, they have remade both themselves and their communities.