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The Last TV Evangelist Why the Next Generation Couldn't Care Less About Religious Media

D embarrassing levels and young people today want nothing to do with it But a New Revolution is Happening in Religious Media With than three decades of experience in both faith based and secular media Phil Cooke explores what it will take to reach the next generation before the entire industry experiences total collap.

REVIEW The Last TV Evangelist Why the Next Generation Couldn't Care Less About Religious Media

Come with a price Sex and money scandals political controversies and the prosperity gospel have taken their toll on the perception of Christians in the culture Religious Media has Alienated a Generation TV evangelists with fake hair and gold furniture tasteless programming and hard core fundraising pitches have reache.

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An Insider's Look At the World of Religious Mediaand What's Coming Next Religious radio and TV has built massive networks launched global organizations and generated billions of dollars in donations It has allowed Christianity to reach people in this century alone than the rest of history combined But that impact has.


3 thoughts on “The Last TV Evangelist Why the Next Generation Couldn't Care Less About Religious Media

  1. says:

    On the one hand I appreciated this book Cooke comes out and says things that need to be said about Christian media He calls into uestion some of the philosophies attitudes and behaviors that need to change if Christian media is going to be a thriving part of contemporary cultureOn the other hand there were several aspects of the book that I didn't care forThe suggestions are foggy This is probably the least serious of my complai

  2. says:

    Even if you have nothing to do with media as a Christian you're still being bombarded by it on a daily basis And chances are you know what's good and what's not In this insightful book Phil Cooke offers the reader an irreverent look at Christian media in particular and some of the challenges that are being faced in this new age of media revo

  3. says:

    After my class read this book we got to Skype chat with Mr Cooke He is a great guy and I benefitted by reading this book If you are interested in Christian Media or are a Christian interested in any kind of media read this book

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