God of the Internet, too!

Televangelists gave people the option of worshipping in their homes instead of congregating with other people in a worship space. In the same way, social media gives people the option of being in virtual relationship with others instead of face-to-face meetings. What is the future of a faith whose distinguishing characteristic is God taking human form to live among God’s people in flesh? What is God up to in technology? How does technology favor and hinder faith? –Pastor Luther.


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  1. You might be interested that there’s a weekly Twitter chat called #chsocm, for Church Social Media, it’s “welcoming, informative, ecumenical,” and they touch on all kinds of stuff. (I’m not a regular but one of my twitter friends is, so I see the edges of the conversation in her feed.) Here’s the blog of #chsocm:

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