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What images should I feed my eyes? We often leave this question unanswered--because we don't ask it. Maybe we don't want to ask it. But viral videos, digital images, and other spectacles surround us in every direction--competing for our time, our attention, our lust, and our money. So we let our lazy eyes feed on whatever comes our way. As a result, we never stop to consider the consequences of our visual diet on our habits, desires, and longings.
Journalist Tony Reinke asked these hard questions himself--critiquing his own habits--and now invites us along to see what he discovered as he investigated the possibilities and the pitfalls of our image-centered world. In the end, he shares the beauty of a Greater Spectacle--capable of centering our souls, filling our hearts, and stabilizing our gaze in this age of digital spectacle. Paperback.
|Title: Competing Spectacles: Treasuring Christ in the Media Age|
By: Tony Reinke
Number of Pages: 176
|Publication Date: 2019|
Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)
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