Colson Center Short Course: Making Sense of Media (Session 2 of 4)
April 24 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm$49
Ken Boa is among four guests leading sessions for a four-week Colson Center Short Course entitled “Making Sense of Media: Clarity and Discernment,” in April and May 2018. We live in a confusing media environment. This course will help answer questions such as: Who can we trust? How can we protect ourselves and our families from deception and manipulation? How can we help our children and grandchildren develop the wisdom and discernment to navigate a troubling media landscape?
Ken’s session is on April 24 on the topic “How to ‘Read’ Films.” The rest of the schedule and details are below.
This is an online event that you must register in advance to attend. Tickets are $49 for the entire course (four sessions).
Making Sense of Media: Clarity and Discernment April 17–May 8, 2018
Facilitator: Warren Cole Smith
April 17: “Prodigal Press: The Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media” with Marvin Olasky
April 24: “How to ‘read’ Films” with Ken Boa
May 1: “Social Media—Good or Bad?” with Kathy Koch
May 8: “Telling, Reading, and Sharing Great Stories” with S.D. “Sam” Smith
Sessions begin at 8 p.m. ET and end at 9:30 p.m. ET (one hour is the guest speaking; the last half-hour is open for questions by participants)