Journal of Communication & Religion
Volume 24(1), 2001

 
CONTENTS
 
Graves Michael P. The Quaker tapestry: An artistic attempt to stitch together a diverse religious community. 1-42
 
  This essay evaluates a complex visual artifact -- a contemporary seventy-seven panel crewel work tapestry -- initiated by British members of the Society of Friends with the intent to achieve a better sense of community among Quakers separated both by geography and by significant sociological and theological differences 
 
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rhetoric
visualization
religion
 
 
Troup Calvin L. Rhetorical interpretation in Augustine's Confessions. 43-67
 
  In the last three books of his Confessions, Augustine focuses on problems of interpretation germane to ordinary texts as well as Scripture 
 
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text and writing
semiotic theory
rhetoric
religion
 
 
Selby Gary S. Framing social protest: The exodus narrative in Martin Luther King's Montgomery bus boycott rhetoric. 68-93
 
  This essay explores Martin Luther King's use of the Exodus narrative in his Montgomery bus boycott speeches, arguing that by superimposing a religious drama on the campaign, King explained protesters' present circumstances, urged their engagement in united action, and provided an overwhelming conviction that they would succeed 
 
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conversation
narrative
public speaking
religion
history
 
 
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