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Publication Date: 1989
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Skillfully analyzes American popular culture, tracing its development and influence throughout history, and ultimately exposes its impact on character. Part of the Turning Point Christian Worldview series.
KENNETH A. MYERS is director of Mars Hill Audio, an organization devoted to helping Christians think wisely about modern culture through a variety of audio resources. Prior to that, he was a producer and editor for National Public Radio and the executive editor of Eternity magazine. Myers is a graduate of the University of Maryland and of Westminster Theological Seminary. He is married and has two children, and lives in central Virginia.
Marvin Olasky (PhD, American Culture, University of Michigan) is the editor-in-chief of World Magazine. He has been interviewed numerous times by the national media as the developer of the concepts of compassionate conservatism and biblically objective journalism and is the author of twenty books.
Jim Broestler4 Stars Out Of 5May 3, 2001Jim BroestlerHighly recommended to anyone that has ever felt a bit uneasy about the absorption of American pop culture into Christianity, but can't quite figure out why. This book talks about popular culture in a fairly unique and very balanced perspective. Effective and convincing, it will cause you to re-examine your own views and approach to music and the the visual media. Gets a bit repetitive in the later chapters.