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This is a nice dust-jacketed hardbound copy of Malcolm Muggeridge's "sharp, witty critique of our media-oriented culture."

Muggeridge was the editor of Punch magazine and a lecturer, journalist and author. "Christ and the Media" includes his "Fourth Temptation" essay in which Christ is offered a global TV network and the satirical "Dead Sea Videotapes."

Includes a foreward by Billy Graham.

1977 American Edition, 1978 printing
Eerdmans Publishing
127 pages
8.5" x 5.5"

CONDITION: Solid, clean book with nice black boards and minimal edgewear. No marks or signatures. Unclipped dust-jacket ($5.95) has mild soiling and two 1" tears along the rear jacket fold. Light chipping, some sticker residue.

Please consult all photos. Ships USPS Media Mail (approx. 5-10 days) from Portland, Oregon.

Malcolm Muggeridge's "Christ and the Media." 1978. Dust jacket. Eerdmans. Foreward by Billy Graham. Christian classics


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