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Christianity & Communication Studies Network

Christianity & Communication Studies Network

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

We are created in the image of a communicating God and have the capacity to manifest his goodness and glory through our words and symbols. Learn more: bit.ly/3I1J2Nh. ... See MoreSee Less
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Let's welcome Bryan College as our newest KLP chapter! Learn more about sponsoring a KLP Chapter at your institution: www.theccsn.com/kristos-logos-paideia-honor-society/ ... See MoreSee Less
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"The book addresses the role Christianity played in Roosevelt's foreign policy and domestic rhetoric during his political career prior to the presidency (1912-1932)." Learn more: bit.ly/4bDhHhP. ... See MoreSee Less
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In this recent entry, Mark begins to unpack and explain the distinctive features of "faithful witness" and how to apply them to current issues and circumstances. Learn more: bit.ly/3SLWg5P. ... See MoreSee Less
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Stephanie discusses how forgiving and receiving forgiveness is something that is a process, one that is more than words. Learn more: bit.ly/3OIcnzN. ... See MoreSee Less
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"The book addresses the role Christianity played in Roosevelt's foreign policy and domestic rhetoric during his political career prior to the presidency (1912-1932)." Learn more: https://bit.ly/49hBgdT.

In this recent entry, Mark begins to unpack and explain the distinctive features of "faithful witness" and how to apply them to current issues and circumstances. Learn more: https://bit.ly/49giTGr.

Stephanie discusses how forgiving and receiving forgiveness is something that is a process, one that is more than words. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3UKHb6V.

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