Technology offers different capabilities -- storytelling, problem solving, design thinking -- to engage learners in religious teaching, says a rabbi and game designer.
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The Internet gives even small congregations the ability to offer vibrant adult education and formation programs, an Episcopal priest and founder of the online learning website ChurchNext.tv says in this interview.
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.
We can’t ignore them. So our challenge is to cultivate patterns of discernment on how to adapt faithfully and creatively to them.
Jane Austen wrote the book of Ruth, and other truths I've learned in my first year of Tweeting the Bible
Jana Riess set out a year ago to tweet the Bible, reading the Good Book and summarizing it in 140-character-long humorous commentaries. The project has proved to be fun, racy, messy -- and has connected her with a far-flung community.