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|Title: The Blackwell Guide to Theology and Popular Culture|
By: Kelton Cobb
Number of Pages: 354
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 9.3 X 6.48 X 1.19 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Stock No: WW5106986
“What makes this theologically-informed analysis so useful is Cobb's creative engagement with popular culture that is theoretically grounded in cultural studies as well as theological studies. This strikes me as a major contribution to the cultural study of religions and the theological study of cultures. ” Gary Laderman, Emory University
"There is much to commend in Cobb's book. It is well-written, it is grounded in careful scholarship (and an evident love for the subject), and it makes some very stimulating connections between theology and popular culture... The book will be particularly useful for theology students who are new to the discipline of cultural studies and will find it valuable in beginning to make connections between their existing theological knowledge and the study of popular culture." Journal of Contemporary Religion, Vol 21, No 3
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