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Author Anderson, Keith.

Title The Digital Cathedral : Networked Ministry in a Wireless World
Published New York : Morehouse Publishing, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (180 pages)
Contents Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; DEDiCATiON; FOREWORD: PiLGRiMS TO THE DiGiTAL CATHEDRAL; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTiON: CONSTRUCTiNG A DiGiTAL CATHEDRAL; 1 CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL C. 1167; 2 MAKE YOUR NEiGHBORHOOD YOUR CATHEDRAL; 3 SHiFTiNG FROM NEWTON TO NETWORKS; 4 PRACTiCiNG RELATiONAL MiNiSTRY; 5 EXERCiSiNG INCARNATiONAL IMAGiNATiON; 6 EVERYDAY SACRED: LOCATiNG GOD iN DAiLY LiFE; 7 NAMING IT HOLY: COMMON GROUND FOR NONES AND THE AFFiLiATED; 8 GOD ON TAP: AT THE INTERSECTiON OF LiFE AND FAiTH; 9 THEOLOGY WiTHOUT A NET: CONVERSATiON AT THE CORE
10 FAiTH FORMATiON: ViSUAL, IMMERSiVE, AND EXPERiENTiAL11 EVANGELiSM: SHARiNG THE GOSPEL FOR THE SAKE OF THE GOSPEL; 12 A DiGiTAL RULE OF LiFE; CONCLUSiON: A TRANSiTiONAL CATHEDRAL; NOTES
Summary Facebook, Twitter, blogs, websites. Rapid cultural and technological changes over the last two decades have transformed how we communicate with each other. For those involved in ministry, that also means a radical change in the traditional concept of the public church. Once, a brick-and-mortar cathedral gathered a community. Now through the Internet, a "digital cathedral" can gather the entire world. In his revolutionary book, Keith Anderson'specializing in the field of digital ministry, new media, and popular culture'outlines essential tips on how to adapt to the ever-shifting technologies of today. For anyone who seeks to effectively minister in a digitally integrated world, and who wishes to embody the networked characteristics of that ministry, The Digital Cathedral is "a penetrating, intelligent, innovative, and inspiring vision of where religious belief might be headinga new view of where one finds sacred space: at a bus stop, in a tavern, in a barber shop'almost anywhere that people gather outside of home or work" (Michael Crosbie, Editor, Faith & Form)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-236)
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Subject Internet in church work.
Pastoral care -- Data processing
Social media.
Internet in church work.
RELIGION -- Christian Ministry -- Pastoral Resources.
Social media.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0819229962
9780819229960