Monday, April 09, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Lessons from the Age of Television presented by Luke Winslow, Ph.D.
To mediate a message is to change it. In the age of television, the visual becomes supreme. Emotion trumps reason. And audiences become skeptical. In Luke Winslow’s view, television is not just something we do in our free time. It is a powerful site of rhetorical struggle. Christians must be aware of the way television influences conceptions of Christianity if they are to effectively live out the Great Commission.
Luke Winslow is an Associate Professor of Communications at San Diego State University. His many publications include the 2014 Southern Communication Journal article:“The Imaged Other: Style and substance in the rhetoric of Joel Osteen.”
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