2.26.2006

I cannot bring myself to title this.

Evangelicals & conservatives are invited to lecture liberals at Berkley and their area of expertise is....powerpoint? Kind of makes you wish William Seymour was around to make the trek north from Asuza Street.

BERKELEY / Liberal Christians look to conservatives / At Berkeley theology school, evangelicals advise on using media: "'Electronic Christian Media' has been taught before at Berkeley's Holy Hill campus, but the difference this semester is that Heller, a politically moderate, interdenominational Christian, has recruited nationally known evangelical Christians as guest lecturers. Each guest will show the course's 17 students how evangelical congregations have mushroomed with new and younger believers in the last decade, in part by putting down hymnals full of 150-year-old songs and picking up digital video cameras."

5 comments:

chuck said...

uh

GregB said...

Just a question in my mind on this thing: why in the world would Christians want to help those opposed to the gospel learn to communicate their message more effectively?

Brent Steeno said...

Sweet. As you know I was in charge of hte Power point for a while at IHOP-KC. I think it is a great idea! Better efficiency in this area could change the whole way we present the gospel to this generation. Amazing!

chuck said...

what ever happened to felt board?

Randy Bohlender said...

Don't go be busting on the flannelgraph.