Radio and corporate worship in the Philippines
Lung, Thomas W.
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The Problem: The problem of this study is to determine i£ it is possible to mediate the leadership of corporate worship by means of a radio broadcast. The Protestant churches in the Philippines are faced with a major problem in the form of a shortage of trained ministers. Such a shortage has resulted in the withering away of membership in the local communities and a loss of some congregations to the small sect groups which have come into the Phi1ippinea in large numbers since the end of World War II. The Protestant churches related to the Phi1ippine Federation of Christian Churches have their own religious, educational, non-commercial radio station, Station DYCR. Being located on the campus of the o1deat Evangelical university in the country, the radio station has access to well trained leadership. The staff of the station believes that the radio facilities cou1d provide a partial solution to the present lack of trained 1eadership for many of the congregations [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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