New and Old Horizons in the Orality Movement: Expanding the Firm Foundations
Cook School of Intercultural Studies
Orality formed us. Orality forms us. Orality will forever form us. Orality is a central theme of our lives. In this fast-paced world, few Christian workers take the time to look back to learn and build on the lessons of the past. Wise Christian workers, however, do not forge ahead into new horizons without first investigating past horizons. They understand in this complex world there are too many strong shoulders of the past to be overlooked. The dozen practiced researchers contributing to New and Old Horizons in the Orality Movement offer such inquirers wisdom from the past that can boldly and boundlessly improve the future of the modern-day orality movement.
Tom Steffen is professor emeritus of intercultural studies at the Cook School of Intercultural Studies, Biola University.
Steffen, Tom (2022). New and Old Horizons in the Orality Movement: Expanding the Firm Foundations. Eugene: Pickwick Publications.