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Watching TV Religiously

PhD, Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture, Podcast Host

Watching TV Religiously

Answering the question of being “in the world” but not “of the world” in relation to current culture around television, this material provides an initial look at the tools, ethics, and potential use of television for Christians, while also discussing how to maintain boundaries for your personal well-being. You will be asked to watch several programs. We suggest having a streaming service account as your best option, though you may not find all shows in your favorite service, so IMDb links are provided for suggestions.

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PhD, Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture, Podcast Host

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