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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 3 (2014): THE BIBLE, DIGITAL MEDIA AND FILM

January 11, 2015 1:49 pm | Papers, Papers - Archive

TWEET THE MESSAGE? RELIGIOUS AUTHORITY AND SOCIAL MEDIA INNOVATION
Article by Pauline Cheong (Arizona State University, USA), pp. 1-19.

NEW TESTAMENT IN A DIGITAL CULTURE: A BIBLARIDION (LITTLE BOOK) LOST IN THE WEB?
Article by Claire Clivaz (University of Lausanne, Switzerland), pp. 20-38.

IMAGING SACRED ARTIFACTS: ETHICS AND THE DIGITIZING OF LICHFIELD’S ST CHAD GOSPELS
Article by Bill Endres (University of Kentucky, USA), pp. 39-73.

SAMSON’S “THORN BUSH” TAGGING OF DELILAH WITHIN CECIL B. DEMILLE’S SAMSON AND DELILAH (1949): PRICKING ONE’S SCRIPTURAL CONSCIENCE?
Article by Anton Karl Kozlovic (Deakin University, Australia), pp. 74-106.

THE TORAH IN TRANSITION: IMITATIVE ASPECTS FROM CODEX TO DATABASE
Article by Emily R. Stewart (University of Pittsburgh, USA), pp. 107-128.

USING SOFTWARE TO ANALYSE PATTERNS OF RECURRENCE IN THE POETRY OF THE PSALMS
Research report by Bob MacDonald (Anthony Macauley Associates), pp. 129-148.

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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 2 (2014): OPEN THEME

September 17, 2014 4:01 pm | Papers, Papers - Archive

MEGACHURCH PASTOR TWITTER ACTIVITY: AN ANALYSIS OF RICK WARREN AND ANDY STANLEY, TWO OF AMERICA’S SOCIAL PASTORS.
Article by Susan Codone (Mercer University, USA), pp. 1-32.

SACRALIZING REALITY DIGITALLY: YOUTRUTHS, KENNEWICK CLAIMS, AND THE FIRST AMERICANS
Article by Mads Damgaard (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), pp. 33-56.

GREENING RELIGION IN FACEBOOK: CAN DIGITAL MEDIA BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN RELIGION AND MODERNITY?
Article by Oriol Poveda (Uppsala University, Sweden), pp. 57-81.

THE SACRED IN BITS AND PIXELS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTIONAL INTERFACE IN BRAZILIAN CATHOLIC ONLINE RITUALS
Article by Moisés Sbardelotto (Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (Unisinos), Brazil), pp. 82-115.

BUILDING THE NARROW GATE: DIGITAL DECISIONS FOR CHRIST AND THE DRAW OF RHETORICAL SPACE
Article by Amber Stamper (Elizabeth City State University, USA), pp. 116-151.

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January 16, 2015 12:06 am | Reviews, Reviews - Archive

Volume 3 Issue 3 – Reviews
Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture (December 2014)

Click 2 Save: The Digital Ministry Bible, by Elizabeth Drescher and Keith Anderson (Morehouse Publishing, 2012)
Reviewer: Bex Lewis
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News Media in the Arab World: A Study of 10 Arab and Muslim Countries, edited by Barrie Gunter and Roger Dickinson (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013)
Reviewer: Michael Munnik
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Deus in Machina: Religion, Technology and the Things in Between, edited by Jeremy Stolow (Fordham University Press, 2012)
Reviewer: Sam Han
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The Social Church: A Theology of Digital Communication, by Justin Wise (Moody Publishers, 2014)
Reviewer: Amber Stamper
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September 15, 2014 2:35 pm | Reviews, Reviews - Archive

Volume 3 Issue 2  Reviews 
Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture (August 2014)

Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media Worlds, edited by Heidi Campbell (Routledge, 2013)
Reviewer: Jasjit Singh
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Religion Across Media: From Early Antiquity to Late Modernity, edited by Knut Lundby (Peter Lang, 2013)
Reviewer: Amber Stamper
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eGods: Faith versus Fantasy in Computer Gaming, by William Sims Bainbridge  (Oxford University Press, 2013)
Reviewer: Jonathan Tuckett
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Aquinas on the Web? Doing Theology in an Internet Age (T&T Clark, 2012)
Reviewer: Nathaniel Warne
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