Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Storyby D. Jonathan Watts
The church has always faced the challenge of presenting the Word of God in a way which relates to its contemporary culture. The church of the twenty-first century, defined as a Digital Culture, is no exception. Gospeltelling to a Digital Culture: The Forensic Reconstruction of a Good Story offers a pattern and model for the exegetical investigation of a biblical text.
The purpose of this book is to provide a method for preaching in a multisensory environment. Different methods of sermon creation are explored including an approach labeled Gospeltelling: a biblically based, exegetical, narrative style of preaching designed to relate to the Digital Culture. The book concludes with a presentation of the development and application of that method using the parable of The Prodigal Son found in Luke 15.
The book is written for those who are seeking an understanding of church history and the development of worship. It also offers a different approach to sermon development for those who seek another path of sermon preparation or who wish to enhance their own personal method.
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