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Christianity & Communication Studies Network

Christianity & Communication Studies Network

An interactive community of scholars, teachers, and others interested in Christianity & Communication

Still time to register for writing and publishing workshops with Al Hsu, InterVarsity Press' Associate Editorial Director. Learn more: bit.ly/3Vrx7yt. ... See MoreSee Less
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A Prayer for Peace, by St. Cyprian of Carthage (210-258 AD). Pray with us now: bit.ly/4aYXSjy. ... See MoreSee Less
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In this entry Brandon explores how certain cultural complexities challenge our view of truth. Is there only one Truth, or are there many truths? Learn more: bit.ly/3XcVmD2. ... See MoreSee Less
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Why do we sometimes share our opinions before seeking understanding? Learn more: bit.ly/3yQsc2D. ... See MoreSee Less
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In this entry, Mark explores the thing that marks both the extremes on the Left and those on the Right -- their unbending confidence, of course. Learn more: www.theccsn.com/column-entry-doubting-faith-by-mark-williams/ ... See MoreSee Less
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In this end-of-semester column entry, Chris reflects on what it means to have a faithful focus on shalom in our communication. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3yxn96Z.

Participate in 11 summer workshops: Teaching C.S. Lewis; writing, publishing, and building platforms; administrator academy; pastoral communication; and more. Learn more: https://bit.ly/4bPlnwq.

A Prayer for the promise of hope during times of despair, by Howard Snyder, is based on a quote from B.T. Roberts (1823-1893). Pray with us now: https://bit.ly/4dPPoxR.

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