Preaching in a Visual Age
From St . Augustine to Martin Luther and from George Whitfield to Martin Luther King Jr., preaching the gospel has been the very heart of the Christian church’s approach to renewal and engaging society with the claims of God and God’s Kingdom.
But things are rapidly changing, not least about communication . Many preachers and Christians wonder: What place does “preaching” have in our imageshaped world? How do we bring the gospel word to people inundated by images? What does Jesus—”the Word made visual”—teach us about the living Word? We considered these questions and more to help paint a picture of what preaching the gospel might look like in a visual society.
Presented by Mark Labberton and David Taylor at the 2013 Calvin Symposium on Worship.
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