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Preaching in an Electronic Age

Greg Reynolds joins the panel on Christ the Center episode 34 to speak about media ecology and preaching in the electronic age. Dr. Reynolds is the pastor at Amoskeag Presbyterian Church in Manchester, New Hampshire. He has also written the book The Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age.

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