Keywords: Bible axiology deontology reporter's ethos geonology media science narrative framework reportage theology

KMT 2021 nr 3 Download PDF

Genotheology of reportage. Discourse of knowledge and faith

Cite: , Genoteologia reportażu. Dyskurs wiedzy i wiary, "Kultura - Media - Teologia", 2021( 46) nr 3, s. 116-134.

DOI: 10.21697/kmt.46.6

Biblical text, regarded as a narrative, has long been the subject of research in biblical hermeneutics, which aims to better understand the meaning of biblical transmission. This research is conducted from different theoretical, methodological and ideological perspectives. The article is a media analysis of the content of the New Testament, referring directly to the theology of the media. It was this theological and media-media-scientific approach that led to the development of the author’s concept of genotheology. (a term created by two words: genology and theology). It enables the dualistic – genological and theological – heuresis of biblical books by combining a literature narrative framework and discursive practices, using a geneological-mediaological methodology with a theological narrative framework focused on axiological analysis of biblical transmission. Such a research perspective makes it possible to explore biblical text in the subject dimension (workshop, genre, literary aspects) and subjective dimension (axiological- deontological aspects), thus enabling an attempt to answer the question whether the genre roots of reportage and the axiological canon of the reporter can be found in the New Testament?

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Tadeusz Kononiuk

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