Theology and communication


Azada, J. (2000). The least of these in the information age : reflecting theologically on access and the digital divide.
Barbour, I. (1993). Ethics in an age of technology (1st ed.). [San Francisco  Calif.]: HarperSanFrancisco.
Borgman, E. (2005). Cyberspace-Cyberethics-Cybertheology / Erp, Stephan,; 1966-. London: SCM.
Brown, B. (1989). A theology of communication for a post-literate church.
Charles Sturt University., & Ledger, C. (2004). Towards a theology of technology : a theological inquiry into technological culture and the koinonia of the Church. {Canberra}: The Author.
Chowdhury, D. (2007). In our own image : humanity’s quest for divinity via technology. Bloomington  IN: AuthorHouse.
Chung, S. (2007). The missional ecclesiology in contemporary hyperreal culture.
College of St. Catherine., & Schaffer, S. (1989). Information technology ethics : an organizational issue. St. Paul  Minn.: College of St. Catherine.
DeLashmutt, M. (2006). Sketches towards a theology of technology : theological confession in a technological age.
du Castel, B., & Jurgensen, T. M. (2008). Computer Theology. Midori Press LLC.
Edappilly, J. (2003). The emerging electronic church : a theological critique on the church encountering computer, television, and cyber world. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corp.
Elwell, J. (2011). Crisis of transcendence : a theology of digital art and culture. Lanham  Md.: Lexington Books.
Heidebrecht, P. (2008). Re-reading Yoder in order to conscientiously engage technology through the practices of the church.
Hess, M. E. (1999). From Trucks Carrying Messages to Ritualized Identities: Implications for Religious Educators of the Postmodern Paradigm Shift in Media Studies. Religious Education, 94(3), 273–288.
I.S.P.C.K. (Organization), & Singh, M. (2009). Cybertheology. New Delhi: Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
Iwuchukwu, M. (2009). Media ecology and religious pluralism : engaging Walter Ong and Jacques Dupuis toward effective interreligious dialogue. Köln  Germany: Lambert  Academic Publishing.
Kelly, C. (1998). Contemptus mundi : Thomas Merton’s critique of  technological civilization.
Laytham, D. B. (2012). iPod, YouTube, Wii play: theological engagements with entertainment. Eugene, Or.: Cascade Books.
Lee, P. J. (2009). Towards a theology of communication rights. Fieldwork in Religion, 4(2), 191–207.
Lucie-Smith, A. (2007). Narrative theology and moral theology: the infinite horizon. Ashgate Publishing Company. Retrieved from
Marshall, Y. (2001). Communio sanctorum : communion, community and church. Dubuque  Iowa: Wartburg Theological Seminary.
Mitchell, J. (1996). Imagining God in a visual culture. Edinburgh: Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Pace, B. (2009). Public reason and public theology: how the church should interfere. Anglican Theological Review, 91(2), 273–291.
Panhofer, J. S. (2007). Erlöstes Leiten: Eine Kommunikativ-Theologische Intervention / Scharer, Matthias,; 1946-. Ostfildern: Matthias-Grünewald-Verlag.
Phillips, W. (1989). Theological foundations for the use of radio and television in the ministry of the church.
Plude, F. F. (1997). Communication Theology1. New Testament Backgrounds: A Sheffield Reader, 375.
Plude, F. F. (1997). Communication Theology1. New Testament Backgrounds: A Sheffield Reader, 375.
Schultze, Q. (2002). Habits of the high-tech heart : living virtuously in the information age. Grand Rapids  Mich.: Baker Books.
Serampore College., & Raja, J. (2006). Introduction to communication and media studies : a text book for theological students. Bangalore: BTESSC/SATHRI.
Shaw, J. (2009). Illusions of freedom : Thomas Merton and Jacques Ellul on propaganda.
Soukup, P. A. (2003). The Structure of Communication as a Challenge for Theology. Teología y Vida, 44, 102–122.
Soukup, P. A. (2004). Transforming the Sacred: The American Bible Society New Media Translation Project. Journal of Media and Religion, 3(2), 101–118.
Terlizzese, L. (2009). Trajectory of the 21st century : essays on theology and technology. Eugene  Or.: Resource Publ.
University of Edinburgh.;University of Edinburgh., & Campbell, H. (1999). Interactions : theology meets film, TV & the Internet. Edinburgh: Centre for Theology and Public Issues  University of Edinburgh.
Ward, P. (2008). Participation and mediation : a practical theology for the liquid church. London: SCM.
Waters, B. (2006). From human to posthuman : Christian theology and technology in a postmodern world. Aldershot  Hants  England ;;Burlington  VT: Ashgate Pub.
Whitman, M. (2011). Putting God in his place : exalting God in the iculture. Minneapolis  Minn.: Next Step Resources.
Willis, R. (1990). Toward a theological ethics of technology an analysis in dialogue with Jacques Ellul, James Gustafson, and philosophy of technology.
Yeow, C. L. (1989). Theology and Communication. Singapore: ATESEA.
Zajac, M. (2007). The theology of social communication and the class-based digital divide : social justice implications in the educational ministries of the Sisters of Notre Dame.