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Gregory Reynolds, pastor of Amoskeag Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Manchester, NH (see http://www.amoskeagchurch.org/) will address the theme of his book: "The Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age".
The Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age seeks to integrate media ecology with historic Christianity in developing a homiletical theory which will enable pastors to be more effective communicators. In the process Reynolds assesses the work of theorists such as McLuhan, Ellul, Ong, and second generation such as Postman and
Meyrowitz. He argues that a Judeo-Christian view of texts and rhetoric explains the profundity of the insights of all of the founders just mentioned. He seeks to make this "hidden ground" explicit and challenge Christian thinkers to develop a theory of communication and suggests the contours of this theoretical foundation.
Dr. Reynolds has been a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church since 1980. He is also Headmaster of the Granite State School of Theology & Missions. He has the M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA, and the D.Min. from Westminster Theological Seminary in California.
You can read an article Dr. Reynolds wrote on "Seeing & Hearing" for "Ordained Servant" here: http://www.opc.org/os.html?article_id=27.