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Title: INTERTEXTUAL PRACTICES IN THE SERMONS OF A SINGAPORE "PROSPERITY GOSPELLER"
Authors: AILEEN NG CHENG CHENG
Keywords: intertextuality, interdiscursivity, prosperity gospel, recontextualization, sermons, singapore
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2015
Citation: AILEEN NG CHENG CHENG (2015-08-27). INTERTEXTUAL PRACTICES IN THE SERMONS OF A SINGAPORE "PROSPERITY GOSPELLER". ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: THIS STUDY AIMS TO DETERMINE HOW THE PROSPERITY GOSPEL, A MODERN FORM OF CHRISTIANITY ORIGINATING FROM THE USA IS REARTICULATED IN THE SERMONS OF A SINGAPOREAN FAITH PASTOR TO CONVERGE WITH THE LOCAL CONTEXT. USING A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS APPROACH, IT HOPES TO DEMONSTRATE HOW THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SERMONS REFLECTS THE HYBRIDIZATION PROCESS WHERE DIFFERENT GENRES, DISCOURSES AND STYLES ARE FUSED TOGETHER TO ARTICULATE A DIFFERENT AND MODERN CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY THAT IS NOT IN CONFLICT WITH THE MATERIAL PURSUITS OF ITS BELIEVERS THUS MAKING IT AN ATTRACTIVE RELIGION.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/125185
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