Resumo: This volume rethinks the work of Jacques Ellul on the centenary of his birth, by presenting an Aparece nas colecções: ICS - Livros. On Freedom, Love, and Power – livro eletrónico escrito por Jacques Ellul. Leia este livro através da aplicação Google Play Livros no PC ou em dispositivos. Argues that visual reality has overcome verbal truth, examines the biblical distinction between truth and reality, and considers the impact of the visual on artists.
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Ellul believes that jacques ellul livros city symbolizes the supreme work of man--and, as such, represents man's ultimate rejection of God. Therefore it is the city, where lies man's rebellious heart, that must be reformed.
The author stresses the fact that the Bible does not jacques ellul livros man's fulfillment in a return to an idyllic Eden, but points rather to a life of communion with the Savior in the city transfigured. Although retired as a teacher, Ellul has continued writing.
One of his writing projects is an autobiography to be published after his death. Jacques ellul livros has provided a sociopolitical as well as a theological analysis of contemporary society in more than 40 books and articles.
The Technological Society established Ellul as a social critic. The book has had a major impact on the collective consciousness of a society just beginning to recognize the central role and force of technology. Here Ellul develops the notion of "technique," a concept much broader than technology: His subsequent books, especially The Political Jacques ellul livros and Propagandafurther develop and refine elements of this central theme.
The book is divided into three sections. The second analyzes communicational and cultural problems, as well as threats and trends in early twenty-first century societies.