Rather than lagging behind in the digital revolution, mainline Protestants should be leading the way, helping people embrace technology faithfully. Last in a series of articles on disruptive innnovation and what it means for the future of mainline Protestantism.
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A writer who is completing a self-assigned task of writing the Twible -- a cheeky summary of the Bible in daily tweets -- ponders what she’s learned.
Students at ACU are part of an institution-wide experiment to use technology to teach, learn and build community. Jeremy Enlow/Abilene Christian University
A school in West Central Texas offers students the latest technology and the intellectual tools to theologically engage the digital world.
Students at Abilene Christian University are provided with the latest digital technology as part of the university's ACU Connected initiative. Jeremy Enlow/Abilene Christian University
Experts on technology and the church offer advice on how to establish -- or expand -- your organization’s technological presence.
We can’t ignore them. So our challenge is to cultivate patterns of discernment on how to adapt faithfully and creatively to them.
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