January 8, 2013

The Mysterious 60K Evangelicals

Mollie Hemingway, Get Religion

Of all the interesting things to consider as a media critic, the most important is probably story choice. We frequently look at individual stories and praise them or criticize them or point out interesting errors or omissions. But such an approach misses that big initial question of how story selection colors our understanding of the world more than anything else.

I’m reminded of the G.K. Chesterton quote about the matter:

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TAGGED: Media, Youth Ministries, Evangelicals

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