Is the claim true that states that more theology is communicated in one hour of popular television than sermons in churches on a weekend? Grenz claims that pop culture in general and the entertainment industry in particular are potent shapers of society's fundamental convictions. The main argument of this essay is that the influence pop culture, especially among the younger generation, challenges the church to think through the way the church practice theological reflection and how theological education is approached in an age of entertainment and the media. he reflects on the nature of culture.
cat: Culture - pop culture
Theology - nature, and character as science Cultural analysis and criticism - general
Theological education - general
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2000. 12 pages.