A Theology of Communication: Putting the Question

Volume
Volume 2
Issue
Spring 1974
Title
A Theology of Communication: Putting the Question
Abstract

The development of a theology of communication is currently imperative. The matter is of special urgency for Christians in the "helping professions," especially Christian counselors. Communication is basic to humaneness and apparently to being "in God's image." Though basic and natural, communication is extremely inefficient in humans. While our knowledge explodes, our communication deteriorates with the rise of cultural tribalism in society. The purpose of this piece is to explore the definitions, assumptions and contentions in terms of which a sound thesis about the nature of Christian communication can be formulated and the question of a sound theology of communication can be developed.

Author
Dr. J.H. Ellens
Pages
132 - 139
Price
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