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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2010
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Flickering Pixels: How Technology Shapes Your FaithShane HippsZondervan / 2009 / Hardcover$12.99 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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The Church of Facebook: How the Wireless Generation is Redefining CommunityJesse RiceDavid C. Cook / 2009 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Like the industrial age before it, the information age has changed our lives in monumental new ways, including how a lot of us are learning about spirituality. Research suggests fifty million people will rely solely on the Internet—indeed the new Roman Road—for their faith-based experiences in 2010.
In NetCasters, Craig Von Buseck, director of CBN.com for the Christian Broadcasting Network, discerningly profiles those who are doing the best job of spreading biblical Christianity online. He encourages the church at large to follow their lead and fish for souls in these same rich waters—from blogs and chat rooms to Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, and beyond.
site of the Christian Broadcasting Network where he oversees all
online evangelism and discipleship efforts. He also writes the popular
ChurchWatch blog and has served on the faculty of the Jerry Jenkins
“Writing for the Soul” Christian writers conference. Craig lives in
Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Tony Whittaker5 Stars Out Of 5May 28, 2010Tony WhittakerDr Buseck presents a unique overview into the vast and growing potential of the digital media to share the good news of Jesus. There has been no overview like this since Andrew Careaga's books in the earlier days of the Web. Its well-researched and visionary coverage, interviews and case studies are indispensable to anyone needing to understand the nature of the new media and how to use them effectively. And since we all now live in a 'digital communication culture', this surely means all of us: Jesus-followers at any stage of our spiritual journeys, as well as pastors and leaders, bible college students and faculty (it's an ideal textbook), or mission staff and believers from in many culturers around the world. And remarkably, we don't need technical knowledge to take up these opportunities.