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[Commlist] Church, Communication and Culture Volume 4 Issue 2 published online

Fri Jul 12 10:24:00 GMT 2019

SUBJECT: Church, Communication and Culture Volume 4 Issue 2 published online

The latest issue of Church, Communication & Culture, the academic review of the School of Communications at the Pontifical University of Santa Croce, is online. The journal, in open-access, is dedicated to deepening understanding at the intersection of the three areas mentioned in its name. All previous volumes can be found here:

Contents of Issue 4.2


-       A debate between Steve Fuller and Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti on ‘scientific progress, human progress and Christian theology’
by Steve Fuller and Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti


-       Is the Christian believer conservative or liberal?
by Paul O’Callaghan

-       Standing at God’s threshold: film viewing as dwelling in Terrence Malick’s /The Tree of Life/
by Pablo Alzola Cerero

-       G. K. Chesterton’s rhetoric in defense of the family: an analysis of the articles published in /The Illustrated London News/ (1905–1936)
by Alla Kovalenko

-       Public service broadcasting in Taiwan: cultural issues and national identity conveyed in documentaries
by Jorge Milán Fitera

-       La visión femenina de una vida auténtica en la novela /El velo pintado/ de W. Somerset Maugham
by Antonio Malo

Book Reviews:

-       Religion and media: showing the full iceberg (Spiritual News: Reporting Religion Around the World) (edited by Yoel Cohen)
by Diego Contreras

 -       Media ecology, Neil Postman’s legacy (Mapping media ecology. Introduction to the field) (Dennis G. Cali)
by Gianpiero Gamaleri

-       Liberalism’s success, our failure (Why liberalism failed) (Patrick Deneen)
by Jeffrey Langan

-       Kairos of mercy and rhetoric of conversion (The rhetoric of Pope Francis. Critical mercy and conversion for the twenty-first century) (Christopher J. Oldenburg)
by Joseph Scaria Palakeel

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