By Marcus Moberg
In a time of increasing institutional non secular decline, institutional church buildings became ever extra at risk of market-associated discourse and language and are ever extra pressured to evolve to the calls for of the present-day media setting. utilizing discourse research, Marcus Moberg tracks how new media and advertising language and ideas have entered Christian considering and discourse.
Church, industry, and Media develops a framework that methods alterations within the modern non secular box in direct relation to the altering socioeconomic make-up of up to date societies most likely. via concentrating on the impression of markets and media in the modern spiritual surroundings of mainline institutional Christian church buildings within the Western international, the publication outlines new avenues for extra theorizing the research of non secular change.
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