Volume 5 Number 2

Volume 5 Number 2

The International Orality Network and the International Council of Ethnodoxologists are excited to collaborate in both 2016 editions of the Orality Journal. The two networks, through this publication, are exploring the relationship between orality and the arts.

While having established the power of the arts for transformation in volume one, the reality remains that many practitioners today need equipping for contemporary communication challenges. How does one integrate the arts, a strong commitment to the biblical text, worship of the Triune God and contextual mission praxis among oral-preferenced communicators?

This Autumn 2016 edition of the Orality Journal provides a continuation of volume one, seeking to address this broader practical question from a variety of different perspectives.

 

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