Published January 22, 2007
by Cloverdale Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
This book provides a method for preaching in a multisensory environment. Different methods of sermon creation are explored including an approach labeled Gospeltelling: a Biblical based, exegetical, narrative style of preaching designed to relate to the digital culture. Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story. Cloverdale Books. ISBN ; Troeger, Ehomas H. Imagining a Sermon. Abingdon Press. ISBN ; Online Registration Form ++ Return to Top. His Doctor of Philosophy degree is from the Graduate Theological Foundation and his dissertation led to the publishing of, Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story. Dr. Watts has previously published two books: Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story and The Battle Lines of Worship: Finding a Place of Truce and Trust. Returning to Oxford to do post-graduate research at Oxford s Bodleian Library he received the distinction of Oxford Foundation Fellow. s: 1.
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This book beckons business leaders to challenge their intuitions to embrace disruption and digital transformation. The authors believe our current collective intuition was formed during the Great Moderation, a period of economic stability which started in the mid’s. The book is Dr. Watts’ fourth published work. His previously authored books are “Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story,” “Battle Lines of Worship: Finding a Place for Truce and Trust,” and “Our Hearts Strangely Warmed: A Practical Theology for Worship in the Wesleyan Tradition.”. By exploring the strange quirks that typify our new on-demand culture, this book seeks to answer these questions. The Quirks of Digital Culture is a guide to understanding the complex and unsettling cultural present, whilst also casting an eye on how our consumption and cultural experiences may unfold in what seems like an unpredictable future. One book that Lucado does not need to read, but that will help others come to digital savviness, is "Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story," by D.