This essay explores some relationships between the areas of communication science and theology, beginning with a brief examination of what is called the 'cultural studies' model of communication and the institutional roles of communication in contemporary society. The second section presents a look at some models of communication interacting with theology in an earlier historical era, while the third reviews some contemporary models of communication within theology. The last section also examines the contemporary period but focusses on more specific projects.
Soukup, Paul A. (1986). Communication, cultural form and theology. The Way, Supplement no. 57, 77-89.