Early Linear Models<br />Shannon and Weaver Model<br />Berlo Model<br />
Transactional Model of Communication<br />Frames of<br />Reference<br />Feedback<br />Speaker<br />Decodes<br />Listeners<...
Human Communication Models<br />Linear – “bowling”<br />Interactive – “ping-pong”<br />Transactional – “charades”<br />COM...
Symbolic Stewardship<br />The Meaning and Purpose of Human Communication <br />Chapter 1<br />
Jewish concentration camp survivor<br />WWII<br />Karl – SS German soldier<br />‘beg forgiveness”<br />Wiesenthal silently...
Co-create cultures - ways of life<br />Be stewards of creation – symbolic reality<br />Co-create life - giving communities...
Four Types of Relationships<br />Collaborating with God<br />Communicating with neighbors<br />Having a dialogue with crea...
God is our primary co-creator in communication<br />“If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of G...
God spoke this world out of nothing <br />		(ex nihilo)<br />We cannot create something out of nothing.<br />Language depe...
Values – what we believe<br />Practices – what we do<br />Artifacts – what we make<br />Culture<br />
Co-create culture<br />How do you celebrate a birthday?<br />
Dating Culture at NWC ?<br />Values – <br />what we believe<br />Practices – <br />what we do<br />Artifacts – <br />the p...
Define reality under God<br />Echo God’s reality, not our own<br />Use symbols to define reality<br />Scientists attempt t...
The Power of the Cross<br />Define Reality - symbol<br />
God’s elect are destined to be sons of God<br />All guilt is removed<br />Wrath of God is taken way <br />All sins are for...
	OT – “shalom” - God’s peace and justice<br />NT – “koiononia” – fellowship and participation<br />NT – “agape” – selfless...
We taste shalom when we …<br />Deliver a worthwhile speech<br />Report the truth compassionately<br />Listen empathically ...
The Creator - God<br />The Redeemer – Jesus Christ<br />The Comforter – Holy Spirit<br />Shalom expressed in the Trinity<b...
Listen obediently to God <br />With a discerning ear<br />An ear that listens for the reality of a situation<br />Allows t...
Co-create culture<br />Values, practices, artifacts<br />Define reality<br />Assign meaning to symbols<br />Share the powe...
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  1. 1. Early Linear Models<br />Shannon and Weaver Model<br />Berlo Model<br />
  2. 2. Transactional Model of Communication<br />Frames of<br />Reference<br />Feedback<br />Speaker<br />Decodes<br />Listeners<br />Encode<br />Noise<br />Noise<br />Listeners<br />Decode<br />Speaker<br />Encodes<br />Frame of<br />Reference<br />Message<br />Context<br />
  3. 3. Human Communication Models<br />Linear – “bowling”<br />Interactive – “ping-pong”<br />Transactional – “charades”<br />COM1005 - Kowalik<br />3<br />
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  5. 5. Symbolic Stewardship<br />The Meaning and Purpose of Human Communication <br />Chapter 1<br />
  6. 6. Jewish concentration camp survivor<br />WWII<br />Karl – SS German soldier<br />‘beg forgiveness”<br />Wiesenthal silently leaves the room<br />Both men struggled to communicate<br />Simon Wiesenthal – (story p. 13)<br />
  7. 7. Co-create cultures - ways of life<br />Be stewards of creation – symbolic reality<br />Co-create life - giving communities<br />Become God-listening communicators<br />God’s Gift of Communication enables us to…<br />
  8. 8. Four Types of Relationships<br />Collaborating with God<br />Communicating with neighbors<br />Having a dialogue with creation<br />Communicating with ourselves<br />1. Co-create Culture<br />
  9. 9. God is our primary co-creator in communication<br />“If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God.” I Peter 4:11<br />Expand God’s original creation<br />Mimic Creator<br />Fashion culture in our image<br />Good or bad?<br />Reflect state of our souls<br />1. Co-create Culture<br />
  10. 10. God spoke this world out of nothing <br /> (ex nihilo)<br />We cannot create something out of nothing.<br />Language depends on what has gone before.<br />God's Chisel<br />Ephesians 2:10 – “We are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”<br />God the Creator<br />
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  12. 12. Values – what we believe<br />Practices – what we do<br />Artifacts – what we make<br />Culture<br />
  13. 13. Co-create culture<br />How do you celebrate a birthday?<br />
  14. 14. Dating Culture at NWC ?<br />Values – <br />what we believe<br />Practices – <br />what we do<br />Artifacts – <br />the physical things we make<br />Co-create culture<br />
  15. 15. Define reality under God<br />Echo God’s reality, not our own<br />Use symbols to define reality<br />Scientists attempt to define the physical world.<br />Laminin<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e4zgJXPpI4<br />Human capacity to say “yes” or “no”<br />Define things around us<br />Define our self-identity – others’ identities<br />Meta-communication <br />Communicate about communication<br />2. Be Stewards of Creation<br />
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  17. 17. The Power of the Cross<br />Define Reality - symbol<br />
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  19. 19. God’s elect are destined to be sons of God<br />All guilt is removed<br />Wrath of God is taken way <br />All sins are forgiven<br />Perfect righteousness is imputed to us<br />The love of God is poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit<br />We are being conformed to the image of Christ<br />Because of the Cross <br />
  20. 20. OT – “shalom” - God’s peace and justice<br />NT – “koiononia” – fellowship and participation<br />NT – “agape” – selfless love of others and ourselves<br />3. Co-create Life-giving Communities: Taste Shalom<br />
  21. 21. We taste shalom when we …<br />Deliver a worthwhile speech<br />Report the truth compassionately<br />Listen empathically to a friend’s tale of woe<br />Help recover someone’s ability to write after she suffered a stroke<br />Other …<br />Whenever we communicate faithfully and peacefully in accord with God, we taste heaven (shalom).<br />Taste Shalom<br />
  22. 22. The Creator - God<br />The Redeemer – Jesus Christ<br />The Comforter – Holy Spirit<br />Shalom expressed in the Trinity<br />
  23. 23. Listen obediently to God <br />With a discerning ear<br />An ear that listens for the reality of a situation<br />Allows the listener to respond to the reality<br />Listening to God who “still speaks”<br />God’s Word is “like fire”<br />Listen for God in the Shadowlands<br />4. Become God-Listening Communicators<br />
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  25. 25. Co-create culture<br />Values, practices, artifacts<br />Define reality<br />Assign meaning to symbols<br />Share the power<br />Taste Shalom<br />OT – “shalom” - God’s peace and justice<br />NT – “koiononia” – fellowship and participation<br />NT – “agape” – selfless love of others and ourselves<br />Listen for God in the shadowlands<br />Obedience<br />Symbolic Stewardship<br />

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