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Pop Culture (Leader's Guide) (Thinking Theologically About Series)

Sarah Faulman Arthur

Pop Culture (Leader's Guide) (Thinking Theologically About Series)

Sarah Faulman Arthur

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Opening students' eyes to a factor of pop culture of which they are often unaware, this book examines who's behind pop culture and how pop culture's values are different from 'kingdom values'.

- Publisher "The Thinking Theologically About... Series empowers students to develop skills in thinking theologically rather than just working from opinion. Senior highs learn to think theologically about personal choices and serious, sometimes controversial issues of money, the human body, relationships, popular culture, and the have nots. Each volume includes six Scripture-based sessions with options for customizing, plus worship ideas (for use in the final session). Thinking Theologically About Pop Culture opens students' eyes to a factor of pop culture of which they are often unaware. Students examine who's behind pop culture and how pop culture's values are different from "kingdom values." They look also at how the church has responded to the pervasive influence of pop culture and what guidance Scripture gives.

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About "Pop Culture (Leader's Guide) (Thinking Theologically About Series)"

Opening students' eyes to a factor of pop culture of which they are often unaware, this book examines who's behind pop culture and how pop culture's values are different from 'kingdom values'.
- Publisher

"The Thinking Theologically About... Series empowers students to develop skills in thinking theologically rather than just working from opinion. Senior highs learn to think theologically about personal choices and serious, sometimes controversial issues of money, the human body, relationships, popular culture, and the have nots. Each volume includes six Scripture-based sessions with options for customizing, plus worship ideas (for use in the final session). Thinking Theologically About Pop Culture opens students' eyes to a factor of pop culture of which they are often unaware. Students examine who's behind pop culture and how pop culture's values are different from "kingdom values." They look also at how the church has responded to the pervasive influence of pop culture and what guidance Scripture gives.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Sarah Faulman Arthur

Arthur earned a bachelor of arts degree in literature and intercultural Christian education from Wheaton College.

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