The Blackwell Guide to Theology and Popular Culture

The Blackwell Guide to Theology and Popular Culture

Kelton Cobb

The Blackwell advisor to Theology of well known Culture outlines a variety of normal theories of pop culture, identifies theologians and theological thoughts which are conducive to examining pop culture, and explores non secular subject matters which are announcing themselves via renowned videos, novels, song, tv exhibits and advertisements.

  • A well timed exam and contribution to the quickly increasing box of theology and well known culture
  • Locates the theological research of tradition along political, sociological, fiscal, aesthetic and mental analyses
  • Surveys the paintings of spiritual and theological students who've grew to become their recognition to renowned culture
  • Considers vintage Christian thinkers who've wrestled with tradition, similar to St. Paul, Tertullian, Augustine, Schleiermacher, Tillich, and Ricoeur
  • Proposes a mode for analysing tradition to determine its spiritual content
  • Identifies non secular issues in renowned culture
  • Uses illustrations, starting from the fiction of Nick Hornby to 6 toes Under
  • An appendix offers lists of movies, novels, tv sequence, purchaser items, architectural works, cultural occasions, and company icons that lend themselves to theological analysis.

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