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Title: On the dialogical engagement between theology and popular culture
Authors: Mangion, Claude
Keywords: Popular culture
Theology -- History -- 21st century
Religion and culture
Church and mass media
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Milltown Institute
Citation: Mangion, C. (2010). On the dialogical engagement between theology and popular culture. Milltown studies, 66, 37-68.
Abstract: In Virtual Faith Tom Beaudoin describes the church as "laughably out of touch; [having] hopelessly droll music, antediluvian technology, retrograde social teaching, and hostile or indifferent attitude towards popular culture." This is, unfortunately, the common (mis)perception of the church by many in the twenty-first century. Theological explanations seem to be too archaic to have any bearing in the lives of many and this dismissal is often attributed to the current postmodern culture we are said to live in.
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