Church and New Media : Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet
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Yayıncı Our Sunday Visitor Inc.,U.S. ( 08 / 2011 ) ISBN 9781592760336 | 13,21x20,07x1,78 cm. | İngilizce | 224 Sayfa | Türler Medya-İletişim | Din / Hıristiyanlık
The Church finds herself in the midst of a technological revolution, the biggest communication shift since the advent of the printing press. The printing press created an information explosion, allowing people to absorb tremendous amounts of knowledge. But this modern, digital revolution brings a new type of communication. It pairs content with dialogue, discussion, and relationship, moving beyond a one-way flow of information. New tools have burst onto the scene to provide this dual-offering of knowledge and community. Nicknamed “New Media”, these tools include social media, blogs, podcasts, video-casts, mobile media, and interactive websites. Finding herself in a world that has dramatically embraced these tools, the Church is at a crossroad. If her missions of evangelization, formation, community-building, and social-justice are to continue in future generations, she must harness these tools and utilize them now. Thankfully, many Catholics are doing just that. The Church and New Media brings together innovators, visionaries, and experts on the relationship between faith and technology, packaging their wisdom into the definitive book on New Media and the Church. It shows not only how the Church can exist in the digital age, but how she can effectively proclaim the Gospel today. In addition to profiling many New Media innovators and relevant Church teachings, the book features chapters by the following New Media experts: Foreword Cardinal Seán O’Malley Introduction / The Digital Continent Brandon Vogt Part One / Put Out Into the Deep: New Media & Evangelization Chapter One / The Virtual Areopagus: Digital Dialogue with the Unchurched Fr. Robert Barron Chapter Two / Into the Light: Sharing the Spiritual Journey Jennifer Fulwiler Chapter Three / Speaking Their Language: Connecting with Young Adults Marcel LeJeune Part Two / That the World May Know: New Media & F