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Digital Reformation.pdf
Day of Common Learning (2017)
  • Michael J. Paulus, Jr.
  • Bruce D Baker
  • Mike Langford
Digital information and communication technologies are rapidly changing how we understand our identities and institutions. Five hundred years ago, new printing technologies created conditions that enabled the Protestant reformation and profoundly changed the world. Today, we are in the midst of a digital revolution. But what is being reformed, and what are we reforming? This session will explore the nature of our present information age and the theological questions it raises, touching on theological principles, cultural critiques, and spiritual practices that can help us reflect on digital reformation and transformation.
Publication Date
October 18, 2017
Citation Information
Michael J. Paulus, Bruce D Baker and Mike Langford. "Digital Reformation.pdf" Day of Common Learning (2017)
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