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Title Understanding religion and popular culture : theories, themes, products and practices / edited by Terry Ray Clark and Dan W. Clanton, Jr.
Published Abingdon, Oxon ;New York : Routledge, 2012
Detail ix, 216 p. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Clark, Terry Ray. Introduction: What is religion? What is popular culture? How are they related
  Clanton, Dan W. On the job and among the elect : religion and the salvation of Sipowicz in NYPD blue
  Clark, Terry Ray. Saved by satire? : learning to value popular culture's critique of sacred traditions
  deChant, Dell.Religion and ecology in popular culture
  Cowan, Douglas E. Religion in science fiction film and television
  Cowan, Douglas E. Religion and cinema horror
  Bain-Selbo, Eric. On the sacred power of violence in popular culture
  McDowell, John C. "Unlearn what you have learned" (yoda) : the critical study of the myth of Star wars
  Wagner, Rachel L Religion and video games : shooting aliens in cathedrals
  Scholes, Jeffrey. The Coca-Cola brand and religion
  Wilder, Courtney. What makes music Christian? : hipsters, contemporary Christian music and secularization
  Rehwaldt, Jeremy. What makes music Christian? : hipsters, contemporary Christian music and secularization
  Sands Wise, Jonathan.Lord of the Lembas : a study of what's cooking in pop culture
  Ray Clark, Terry. Cursing then and now : Jeremiah's scroll and the Boston Red Sox jersey )can teh Bible shed light on pop culture practices
  Flory, Mark W. Postmodern prophecy : Bob Dylan and the practices of self-subversion
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