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Communication forms employed by the Baptist church and seventh day Baptist church

Mike Megrove Reddy

Abstract


The study looks into the forms of communication employed by the Baptist church and the Seventh Day Baptist church. The study focuses on the forms of communication employed by these organisations during their movement phase and how their communication expanded as they became an organisation. The paper also reveals how these Christian groups are maximising on the new current advanced forms of technology. The Shannon and Weaver model of communication was used as the theoretical framework for this paper. The aim of this paper was to identify the various forms of communication used by the Baptist and the Seventh Day Baptist churches. This was a desktop research paper. However, where possible the researcher has utilised statistics from these Christian groups to show their impact on society.

Key words: Communication, Baptist, American Baptist church, Seventh Day Baptist church


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