Journal of Christian Teaching Practice, Volume 8, 2021 (January-December)

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Book Reviews

William D. Romanowski. Cinematic Faith: A Christian Perspective on Movies and Meaning (Baker Academic, 2019). 240 pages. [Reviewed by Adam Sonstroem, Assistant Professor of Communication, Arizona Christian University] link

Voddie T. Baucham. Fault lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe (Washington, DC: Salem Books, 2021). 270 pages. [Reviewed by Brandon Knight, Assistant Professor of Communication, William Carey University]. link

Heidi A. Campbell. Digital Creatives and the Rethinking of Religious Authority (New York: Routledge, 2021). 236 pages. [Reviewed by Zachary Sheldon, Doctoral Student, Communication, Texas A & M University]. link

John B. Hatch. Speaking to Reconciliation: Voices of Faith Addressing Racial and Cultural Divides (New York: Peter Lang, 2020). 184 pages. [Reviewed by Annalee R. Ward, Director of the Wendt Center for Character Education, University of Dubuque]. link


Kate Mead, and Bryan MeadC.S. Lewis and the Communication Classroom.



Musa, Bala. “Journalistic Ethics and Conflict Reporting: A Biblical Pedagogy of Media Advocacy, Objectivity, and Social Responsibility,” Journal of Christian Teaching Practice (in Communication Studies), 8, 2021.

Longinow, Michael, “Why You’re There: An Examination of Faith within an Ethic of Care for Journalists Covering Trauma and Educators Who Prepare Them for It,” Journal of Christian Teaching Practice (in Communication Studies), 8, 2021,