Latest issue of Orality journal

A while ago I posted on the launch of a new journal from the International Orality Network, called Orality. The first issue of 2013 came out earlier in the year and features the following articles:

Literacy, Orality, and the Web – Gilles Gravelle. What oral communication can accomplish in Bible translation projects that print communication alone cannot.

Church Planting Movements among Oral Learners – Pam Arlund. Case studies of using orality strategies in church planting movements.

Using Rituals to Disciple Oral Learners: Part 1 – W. Jay Moon. What can we learn from the powerful effects of rituals from cultures and how can rituals be used for meaningful discipleship.

Contextualizing the Gospel in a Visual World – Clyde Taber. In a media saturated world, how do we contextualize Kingdom stories for the new generation?

Inside-out Stories – Marlene LeFever. When a ministry retools, what are the outcomes?

Mind the Gap: If This Is Your Land, then Where Are Your Stories? – A. Steve Evans. What and where are our stories that help us claim the land?

Ten Mistakes of a New Bible Storyteller – J.O. Terry. Wisdom from a storytelling practitioner.

Story Proof: The Science behind the Startling Power of Story – Tara Rye

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