A Biblical Perspective of Journalism

From Suffering

Dr. Michael Longinow talks about popular views of the influence of religion in higher education and in journalism. He shows how exposing wrongs are not always tied to negative attributes and how there does not need to be a dichotomy between God and journalists.

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  • Michael Longinow  

    • Professor of Journalism
    • Journalism Department Chair
    • Print Journalism Advisor

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    3. A Biblical Perspective of Journalism

    by Michael Longinow

    23:55 — February 7, 2011

    A Biblical Perspective of Journalism

    Dr. Michael Longinow talks about popular views of the influence of religion in higher education and in journalism. He shows how exposing wrongs are not always tied to negative attributes and how th...

  • 4. Japanese Identity and Suffering

    by Michael Longinow

    25:28 — March 21, 2011

    Japanese Identity and Suffering

    Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how different cultures shape perceptions about suffering. He goes in-depth with Japan's response to suffering particularly in the March 2011 tsunami and WWII.

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    • Amanda
    • 3 days ago

    It is heartening to know that BIOLA is equipping Christian journalists to go out into the world and do good journalism for the glory of Christ. I pray that they will have a great impact on the media and on our culture.

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