THE FAKE NEWS EPIDEMIC
Nearly half of all Americans have a negative view of the news media, only 44% say they can think of a news source that reports the news objectively, and 66% say news outlets do not do a good job of separating fact from opinion. Now we have a president who regularly calls mainstream news outlets "fake news." How did we get here? And how does the debate surrounding fake news have spiritual implications for our nation?
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BOOK
What The Fake News Epidemic Accomplishes
We cannot point the finger at others for the problem of fake news. The Fake News Epidemic reveals that Americans are complicit in fostering this culture of lies. Moreover, it is no over-reaction to say that fake news should be among our greatest concerns as Christian citizens of America.
Questions it explores
- What is fake news?
- Is the label "fake news" fair?
- Do Americans prefer being lied to?
- What are the spiritual implications of fake news?
Why it is Different
Featuring nearly 600 footnotes, The Fake News Epidemic catalogues dozens of examples of fake news reports among respected news outlets. Furthermore, it highlights the spiritual implications of this cultural issue.
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