Stan A. Lindsay, Ph.D.
|Introduction||Dr. Stan A. Lindsay currently teaches Communication at Florida State University. He has taught classical languages, business communication, biblical studies, English, rhetoric, marketing communication, literature, stress management, and many other courses for the following additional universities: Purdue University, Indiana University, Loyola University Chicago, and Butler University. He is the author of the following books: Disneology: Religious Rhetoric at Walt Disney World, The Essence of Rhetoric in Disney Music, The 21 Sales in a Sale, Implicit Rhetoric: Kenneth Burke's Extension of Aristotle's Concept of Entelechy, Revelation: The Human Drama, The 7 Cs of Stress: A Burkean Approach, The Expanded Kenneth Burke Concordance, Making Offers They Can't Refuse, Psychotic Entelechy: The Dangers of Spiritual Gifts Theology, Angels and Demons: The Personification of Communication, and The Logic of Christianity: A Syllogistic Chain|