Links to TV Materials Cited by Page in the Book
The following references are from Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Kathy Bruner authored the chapter on evangelical television. This chapter also contains articles authored by Kathleen Sindorf, Alex Wainer, and Quentin Schultze.
Listen to an excerpt from the author’s discussion of an earlier draft:
Travel the Road (p. 46)
“Bishop Fulton Sheen” (p. 47)
Precept Ministries International (p. 47)
FamilyNet (p. 47)
Jeff Allen Stand-up routine (p.47)
Steelroots (p. 48)
iLife TV (p. 48)
“Malcolm Muggeridge” (p. 50)
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.
Academic Articles & Research
“From the Word to the Televisual Image: The Televangelists and Pope John Paul II”
Jacques Gutwirth, Diogenes 47, no. 3 (1999): 122–33.
“Selling Goods and Selling God: Advertising, Televangelism and the Commodity Form”
Janice Peck, Journal of Communication Inquiry 17, no. 1 (Winter 1993): 5–24.
Commentary & Criticism
“Television Termination at the Christian ‘Booksellers’ Convention”
The Constructive Curmudgeon
“Religious Broadcasters Brace for Uncertain Future”
Religion News Service
“Media Tune in to Ethnic Audiences”
“À la Carte Cablevision a Threat to Religious Broadcasting?”
The Washington Post
Producers & Publications
Further Reading & Viewing