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It's hard to imagine that only 20 years ago nobody had heard of the Internet, and only 10 years ago Facebook and Twitter had yet to be invented. Today, there are 1.15 billion Facebook users, 400 million tweets per day, and adults spend an average ...

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Kiara Crofts

February 18, 2014  9:26pm

Thanks Jeff for the interesting read. As a missionary working in cross cultural media (www.createperth.com) I have been thinking a lot about God's love for communication. I love your comment "We can choose to tell stories, whether as pastors, marketers, news anchors, or writers, focusing on the glimmer of light shining through the darkness." I want to be one who writes stories of hope that bring light to contemporary media that often feels like a never ending void of darkness. Definitely going to check out the book!

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Leroy Hurt

January 01, 2014  3:24pm

Thank you for the review. The immediate thought that came to mind was about those Christian authors who must apply these lessons to what their agents and editors tell them, namely to always be promoting themselves. However, a broader application is for Christians in the knowledge economy. These thoughts can apply to drafting a business memo on a word processor or crunching data in a spreadsheet. Both are media, and both have incarnational, criuciform, and resurrectional implications.

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