[Reading] ➽ Pop Goes Religion: Faith in Popular Culture Author Terry Mattingly – Peakpopa.info

Pop Goes Religion: Faith in Popular Culture Johnny Cash, Harry Potter, The Simpsons, And John Grisham What Do All Of These Icons In Pop Culture Have To Do With Faith Find The Answer In Pop Goes Religion Relevant Insight Into The World Of Today S EntertainmentIn This Collection Of Essays, Popular American Journalist, Terry Mattingly Teaches Readers How To Identify Elements Of Faith In Today S Pop CultureTopics Include God Popular MusicFaith The Big ScreenGod On TVInk, Paper, And GodPolitics And Current EventsFrom Music To Movies, Politics To The Pope, Mattingly Explores The Matters Of The Heart With A Fresh And Relevant Perspective


About the Author: Terry Mattingly

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10 thoughts on “Pop Goes Religion: Faith in Popular Culture

  1. says:

    Reading for my religious studies class


  2. says:

    Pop Goes Religion is a collection of articles from the late 1990s and early 2000s from journalist Terry Mattingly, who wrote a weekly syndicated colu


  3. says:

    Mattingly asks the Christian reader and the church to embrace the pop culture and to learn from it and by no means lash out at it in a confrontational way The author


  4. says:

    Pop Goes Religion is a collection of articles by Terry Mattingly, looking at the role and relationship of Christianity in and to the popular culture of the late nineti


  5. says:

    The book Pop Goes Religion by Terry mattingly is about one mans understanding of what has happened to religion within popular culture The book is composed of a collection of excerpts f


  6. says:

    This was an interesting read The two big examples that really struck me were when he explained how Titanic contained very anti Christian messages, while Harry Potter was deeply interwoven with


  7. says:

    I like the idea behind this book that all truth is God s truth, meaning that His fingerprints are literally everywhere, and there are no limits to that but it is rather outdated and terribly repetitive


  8. says:

    Interesting read Somewhat repetitive, but with many very relevant, thought provoking points.


  9. says:

    really interesting facts in here


  10. says:

    Exploring the relationship between popular culture and faith but felt a bit fragmented.


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