Catholic Perspective

Links to Materials Cited by Page in the Book

The following references are from Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Paul A. Soukup authored the chapter on a Catholic view of evangelical media, and Martin E. Marty contributed an article.

National Catholic Reporter (p. 263)

The Difference between Catholicism and Christianity (p. 263)
Just for Catholics

Roman Catholicism vs. Biblical Christianity (p. 263)
XL Ministries

“The Church Must Learn to Cope with Computer Culture” (p. 263)
Eternal World Television Network

“Fundamentalism” (p. 267)
Wikipedia Entry

“The Great Awakening” (p. 267)
Wikipedia Entry

“Protestant Reformation” (p. 267)
Wikipedia Entry

Richard A. Blake (p. 271)
University of Nebraska, Omaha

“Gerard Manley Hopkins” (p. 272)
Wikipedia Entry

“Max Weber” (p. 272)
Wikipedia Entry

Links to Additional Online Perspectives

These links include a wide range of academic, religious, and secular views of evangelical media, from satirical criticism to enthusiastic application.

Commentary & Criticism 

Denominational Blogs
Sightings, University of Chicago

“As Catholics & Evangelicals Come Together On Many Fronts, Why Do Some Catholics Adopt Evangelical Notions of the Rapture and Being ‘Saved?'”
Catholic Report


Anti-Catholic Whoppers