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The Sermon Content Review, Volume 2, Number 6
(2013)
  • Daniel Roland, Kent State University
Abstract
The Sermon Content Review (SCR) is a bi-monthly publication of the Center for the Study of Information and Religion (CSIR) at Kent State University. The focus of SCR is on the social construction of religious knowledge and the influence of sermons in that process. Its purpose is to provide a snapshot sampling of the topics, issues, and events currently being addressed from pulpits around the country; to document the terminology, scripture texts, and information resources used; and, to discover early indicators, emerging trends, and research questions conducive for advancing the study of information and religion. The sermon texts used for the SCR are gathered from the clergy blogs and congregational websites listed on the Sermon Texts Posting Sites Index (STPSI). For more information about STPSI go to http://bit.ly/STPSI
Publication Date
2013
Citation Information
Daniel Roland. "The Sermon Content Review, Volume 2, Number 6" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/daniel_roland/8/