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An historically grounded faith analysis to the emerging literature on philosophies undergirding responses to traumatic journalism. Read more: ow.ly/mYw850Ga6eu ... See MoreSee Less
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In his column's first entry, Chase introduces theological anthropology—an oft-overlooked field of study that is essential to media studies. Read on: ow.ly/MXHq50Ga66c ... See MoreSee Less
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In case you missed it…please join us this week.Ryan will share research about what makes small groups thrive and how we can teach people to lead them. RSVP: ow.ly/5NJN50FRVNa ... See MoreSee Less
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Please join new CCSN columnist Dennis Smith as he explores finding the Image of God in "The Other." Read on: ow.ly/J6DT50G0oJz ... See MoreSee Less
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Join Dr. Musa as he explores a biblical perspective of journalistic ethics and conflict reporting. Read on: ow.ly/ZOBZ50FVQsj ... See MoreSee Less
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An historically grounded faith analysis to the emerging literature on philosophies undergirding responses to traumatic journalism. Read more: http://ow.ly/yTDG50Ga6ev

In his column's first entry, Chase introduces theological anthropology—an oft-overlooked field of study that is essential to media studies. Read on: http://ow.ly/iCVo50Ga66d

Please join new CCSN columnist Dennis Smith as he explores finding the Image of God in "The Other." Read on: http://ow.ly/1oqj50G0oJA

Join Dr. Musa as he explores a biblical perspective of journalistic ethics and conflict reporting. Read on: http://ow.ly/Fd5X50FVQsi

Join Chase as he critiques the award-winning film Minari and searches for pride and grace in Eden, Arkansas. Read on: http://ow.ly/ZPCK50FVJu8

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