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Colson Center Announces New Short Course

Making Sense of Media: Clarity and Discernment

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Marvin Olasky, S.D. “Sam” Smith, Warren Cole Smith (Host), Kathy Koch, and Ken Boa

Fake News. Media Bias. Data Hacks. Overtly anti-Christian content on television and in the movies. Texting and Sexting. Twitter, Facebook, InstaGram, and SnapChat.

We live in a confusing media environment. 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?

By attending The Colson Center’s new four-week short course “Making Sense of Media: Clarity and Discernment.”

Making Sense of Media: Clarity and Discernment
April 17-May 8
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

Each episode of this on-line short course begins at 8 pm ET and goes for an hour-and-a-half. The first hour is a powerful and thought provoking presentation from that week’s guest, and in the last half-hour you will get to ask questions of our presenter!

The cost for the entire short course is just $49. Please note that this is The Colson Center’s 5th short course, and all previous short courses have SOLD OUT.

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