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34 Religion And Media Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Religion And Media Sayings By Anthony Weiner: A former congressman on his sexting habit: I have made terrible mistakes. I have not A former congressman on his sexting habit: I have made terrible mistakes. I have not been honest with myself, my family, my constituents, my friends and supporters and the media. — Anthony Weiner
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Religion And Media Sayings By Matthew Hedstrom: The most critical of these new religious developments for twentieth-century religious liberalism were a renewed The most critical of these new religious developments for twentieth-century religious liberalism were a renewed and transformed emphasis on mystical practice and experience, the healing ministry known as mind cure, and the rise of modern psychology. These three interrelated spiritual innovations spread as significant components of popular religion in large part through the mass print media. Rather than religious movements dependent on revivalism or church life, these were first and foremost discourses, creatures of the printed word. Initially explored only by an avant-garde of liberal intellectuals late in the nineteenth century, the new books and ideas emerging at the margins of liberal Protestantism eventually reached a nation-wide middle-class audience. The mass media unleashed by nineteenth-century evangelicalism enabled the alternative spiritualities of the twentieth century to flourish, especially with the rise of religious middlebrow culture in the decades after World War I. — Matthew Hedstrom
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Religion And Media Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: I believe that, in this country, the press exerts a greater and a more pernicious I believe that, in this country, the press exerts a greater and a more pernicious influence than the church did in its worst period. We are not a religious people, but we are a nation of politicians. — Henry David Thoreau
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Religion And Media Sayings By Patrick Ord: Henry revealed the strategies Entz Media used to break marriages apart. Entz programming pushed the Henry revealed the strategies Entz Media used to break marriages apart. Entz programming pushed the idea of marriage being stale and uneventful and then glamorized a freer and more exciting life outside of marriage. Institutions that upheld chastity before marriage and fidelity within marriage were ridiculed. Storylines relating to religion centered on religious conspiracies and how people gained enlightenment apart from God, not from Him. The idea of commitment -- to a wife, a child, a religion -- was ridiculed. Selfishness was championed. — Patrick Ord
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Religion And Media Sayings By Reza Aslan: The religiously observant is lumped in with the nominal Muslim, the nominal Muslim is lumped The religiously observant is lumped in with the nominal Muslim, the nominal Muslim is lumped in with the non-Muslim and the radical. If we want to make sense of this mess and stop pushing Muslims into the arms of the extremist, we need to make meaningful distinctions between the religion of Islam that a billion Muslims follow and see as a guidance as a peaceful righteous moral life and the puritanical Islam of a minority which so captures the media's attention. — Reza Aslan
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Religion And Media Sayings By Kate Clinton: My style has been pretty much like a newspaper. It's got politics in it, it's My style has been pretty much like a newspaper. It's got politics in it, it's got media, sports, family relations, you know, all the sections you would expect, and wonderful religion things. — Kate Clinton
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Religion And Media Sayings By Antonio Gramsci: Socialism is precisely the religion that must overwhelm Christianity. ... In the new order, Socialism Socialism is precisely the religion that must overwhelm Christianity. ... In the new order, Socialism will triumph by first capturing the culture via infiltration of schools, universities, churches and the media by transforming the consciousness of society. — Antonio Gramsci
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Religion And Media Sayings By Neil Postman: What we need to consider about the computer has nothing to do with its efficiency What we need to consider about the computer has nothing to do with its efficiency as a teaching tool. We need to know in what ways it is altering our conception of learning, and how, in conjunction with television, it undermines the old idea of school. Who cares how many boxes of cereal can be sold via television? We need to know if television changes our conception of reality, the relationship of the rich to the poor, the idea of happiness itself. A preacher who confines himself to considering how a medium can increase his audience will miss the significant question: In what sense do new media alter what is meant by religion, by church, even by God? And if the politician cannot think beyond the next election, then we must wonder about what new media do to the idea of political organization and to the conception of citizenship. — Neil Postman
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Religion And Media Sayings By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: A church service starts and ends with a prayer. A magazine starts and ends with A church service starts and ends with a prayer. A magazine starts and ends with an advert. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
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Religion And Media Sayings By Brigitte Gabriel: Where is the outrage of the Muslim community? Why aren't the imams of every mosque Where is the outrage of the Muslim community? Why aren't the imams of every mosque holding press conferences, and inviting the media to tell the American public, 'We are Americans first. Any enemy of America is our enemy. We will work to find, stop, arrest, turn in, and condemn anyone in our community who aspires to radicalize our religion and harm our country'? — Brigitte Gabriel
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Religion And Media Sayings By Tom Standage: Paul used social media to ensure that his view prevailed, cementing the establishment of the Paul used social media to ensure that his view prevailed, cementing the establishment of the Christian church as a religion open to all, and not just to Jews. Such is his influence that his letters are still read out in Christian churches all over the world today - a striking testament to the power of documents copied and distributed along social networks. — Tom Standage
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Religion And Media Sayings By Myrna Blyth: [W]omen's magazines know that more than two thirds of women pray each day so they [W]omen's magazines know that more than two thirds of women pray each day so they tend to promote "spirituality" which is warm, soft, fuzzy, and "me-centered, " rather than religion, which is definitely not. Shot with a soft-focus lens, spirituality in women's media has morphed into another method of stress reduction. Lulling and inoffensive, spirituality is more about taking long walks and buying $65 Jo Malone scented candles than making ethical decisions or moral judgments. It's another way to calm ourselves, refresh ourselves, or applaud ourselves. — Myrna Blyth
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Religion And Media Sayings By Marilyn Manson: I chose not to jump into the media frenzy and defend myself, though I was I chose not to jump into the media frenzy and defend myself, though I was begged to be on every single TV show in existence. They want to blame entertainment? Isn't religion the first real entertainment? People dress up in costumes, sing songs and dedicate themselves in eternal fandom. — Marilyn Manson
Religion And Media Sayings By Petra Hermans: To bring a New Message, not only on Social Media,requires silence and peace.Amen, Religious Leader To bring a New Message, not only on Social Media,
requires silence and peace.
Amen,
Religious Leader Petra Cecilia Maria Hermans
Religion of Blue Circle
October 2, 2016 — Petra Hermans
Religion And Media Sayings By Malcolm X: But let's not forget the Jew. Anybody that gives even a just criticism of the But let's not forget the Jew. Anybody that gives even a just criticism of the Jew is instantly labeled anti-Semite. The Jew cries louder than anybody else if anybody criticizes him. You can tell the truth about any minority in America, but make a true observation about the Jew, and if it doesn't 't pat him on the back, then he uses his grip on the news media to label you anti-Semite. — Malcolm X
Religion And Media Sayings By Dennis Prager: Leftism has influenced the literary, academic, media, and, therefore, the political elite far more than Leftism has influenced the literary, academic, media, and, therefore, the political elite far more than any other religion. It has taken over Western schools from elementary through graduate. — Dennis Prager
Religion And Media Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: For instance, if Jesus Christ had died in prison, with no one watching and with For instance, if Jesus Christ had died in prison, with no one watching and with no one there to mourn or torture him, would we be saved?
With all due respect.
According to the agent, the biggest factor that makes you a saint is the amount of press coverage you get. — Chuck Palahniuk
Religion And Media Sayings By Gemini Adams: You could say that Facebook is doing a far more effective job than religion at You could say that Facebook is doing a far more effective job than religion at teaching us to 'love thy neighbor,' connecting us with random strangers and 'friends' from distant lands. — Gemini Adams
Religion And Media Sayings By Van Morrison: These days politics, religion, media seem to get all mixed up. Television became the new These days politics, religion, media seem to get all mixed up. Television became the new religion a long time back and the media has taken over. — Van Morrison
Religion And Media Sayings By Shadi Hamid: Even what may have seemed, in retrospect, like minor quibbles - over the particular wording Even what may have seemed, in retrospect, like minor quibbles - over the particular wording of sharia clauses, for example - reflected fundamental divides over the boundaries, limits, and purpose of the nation-state. For liberals, certain rights and freedoms are, by definition, nonnegotiable. They envision the state as a neutral arbiter. Meanwhile, even those Islamists who have little interest in legislating morality see the state as a promoter of a certain set of religious and moral values, through the soft power of the state machinery, the educational system, and the media. For them, these conservative values are not ideologically driven but represent a self-evident popular consensus around the role of religion in public life. The will of the people, particularly when it coincides with the will of God, takes precedence over any presumed international human rights norms. — Shadi Hamid
Religion And Media Sayings By Hassan Nasrallah: The elite are the men of religion, political leaders, media and press people, and teachers. The elite are the men of religion, political leaders, media and press people, and teachers. Everyone can understand the truth and know what is right. These have the responsibility of showing this right and truth to the people. They should not remain silent ... It is the responsibility of people to look for right and truth. As they hear me now, they should not accept everything I say. Even the masses of Hezbollah and the resistance should not do so ... Forget what my faith is and what yours is. Hear what I say and see what I do and hear what others say and see what they do, and then decide. — Hassan Nasrallah
Religion And Media Sayings By Christina Engela: If I want religion, I know where to look for it - and if for If I want religion, I know where to look for it - and if for example I don't want it, then why should it be forced on me in media and public spaces? — Christina Engela
Religion And Media Sayings By Idav Kelly: Professor Dawkins himself stated that "Religion is about turning untested belief, into unshakable truth through Professor Dawkins himself stated that "Religion is about turning untested belief, into unshakable truth through the power of institutions, and the passage of time." This is exactly what is happening with his meme conjecture. He is taking an untestable idea, by scientific standards, and through media and literature and a popular cult following, creating it into a social norm of truth where others believe his idea and propagate it as an unshakeable truth. This also is occurring faster because of computer technology in time. But nonetheless, it is an occurrence within a passage of time. — Idav Kelly
Religion And Media Sayings By Robin R. Meyers: Condemnation feels good and it is now a staple of religion, politics, and the media Condemnation feels good and it is now a staple of religion, politics, and the media (both left and right), but it changes nothing. Compassion, on the other hand, changes everything. (p. 121) — Robin R. Meyers
Religion And Media Sayings By Parker J. Palmer: There's often a distressing disconnect between the good words we speak and the way we There's often a distressing disconnect between the good words we speak and the way we live our lives. In personal relations and politics, the mass media, the academy and organized religion, our good words tend to float away even as they leave our lips, ascending to an altitude where they neither reflect nor connect with the human condition. We long for words like love, truth, and justice to become flesh and dwell among us. But in our violent world, it's risky business to wrap our frail flesh around words like those, and we don't like the odds. — Parker J. Palmer
Religion And Media Sayings By Bruce L. Shelley: The schools, the courts, the media - all seem determined to erase Christian influence from The schools, the courts, the media - all seem determined to erase Christian influence from public life and confine religion to the four walls of the church or home. — Bruce L. Shelley
Religion And Media Sayings By Andrew Rilstone: (Everyone, I guess, sees their position as the neutral one and everyone else's position as (Everyone, I guess, sees their position as the neutral one and everyone else's position as biassed. I wonder why 177 minutes of the Today programme is completely secular; you feel horribly excluded by 3 minutes of Thought for Today. I see a sinister anti-religious bias when David Attenborough goes through a whole series without ever once aying "On the other hand maybe God made it all"; you feel that 30 minutes of hymn singing on Sunday evening amounts to theocratic oppression.) — Andrew Rilstone
Religion And Media Sayings By Clay Shirky: The centrality of group effort to human life means that anything that changes the way The centrality of group effort to human life means that anything that changes the way groups function will have profound ramifications for everything from commerce and government to media and religion. — Clay Shirky
Religion And Media Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: The religion or pulpit of a nation is the most powerful source of value formation The religion or pulpit of a nation is the most powerful source of value formation in any country. Followed by the family, the educational system and the media. — Sunday Adelaja
Religion And Media Sayings By Victor Davis Hanson: Can-do Americans courageously go about their duty in Iraq - mostly unafraid that a culture Can-do Americans courageously go about their duty in Iraq - mostly unafraid that a culture of 2,000 years, the reality of geography, the sheer forces of language and religion, the propaganda of state-run Arab media and the cynicism of the liberal West are all stacked against them. — Victor Davis Hanson
Religion And Media Sayings By Zach Anner: What I don't like about the way the media portrays religion is that they seem What I don't like about the way the media portrays religion is that they seem to weaponize it and use it as a tool to divide people. — Zach Anner
Religion And Media Sayings By Paul Copan: Today religion is increasingly pushed aside by secularizing influences such as the university, the media, Today religion is increasingly pushed aside by secularizing influences such as the university, the media, and politics. Rather than having a major voice in public life, religion has been relegated to the private and the personal. — Paul Copan
Religion And Media Sayings By Tucker Elliot: People have been fighting and dying over religion for thousands of years. I could understand People have been fighting and dying over religion for thousands of years. I could understand that fear. It creeps up on you a bit more when you're alone in a foreign land. You certainly worry about it more when you walk the same streets as violent people that harbor a clear hatred of your beliefs and values. The reality is some Muslims in the world would kill me for being Christian, just as some Christians in the world would kill Maya, Gita, Farid and Ridwan for being Muslim. Nowadays news outlets and social media have reified that fear. It keeps some people focused and aware. It paralyzes others. It blinds some of us. That's what happened to me. It's why I felt the whole world shake. Twice. — Tucker Elliot
Religion And Media Sayings By Bernard Kelvin Clive: The 21st Century Church must rethink ministry via the lens of technology. While most of The 21st Century Church must rethink ministry via the lens of technology. While most of them are consumed by their imbalance stance; bathing anointing oil and buying tokens for miracles, their counterparts are ministering to millions using the advancement in technology/internet. A powerful tool in the hands of the believer. — Bernard Kelvin Clive