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|ISBN:||9780819224231 0819224235 9780819224521 0819224529|
|Notes:||On t.p. "[love]" appears as a heart.|
|Description:||xvi, 190 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Preface: signs & wonders --
Introduction: welcome to the digital reformation --
Kicking the habit: the complicated technology of cultural change --
Habitus by the book: from medieval obedience to digital improvisation --
The book as common prayer: social media past & present --
Paratweesis: communication practices for the digital reformation --
The reformation will not be televised: from broadcast consumption to digital connection --
Dios no tiene fronteras (God has no borders): practicing community in the digital reformation --
Toward the tweethood of all believers: the past & future reformation of mainline leadership practice --
Leadership is a place: practicing church in the digital village --
Through a mirror, less dimly: the digital reformation in practice --
Conclusion: if you meet Luther, Calvin, or Hooker on the road.
|Other Titles:||Tweet if you [heart] Jesus|
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A resource dealing with communication, leadership and community formation in the age of digital social media,which is written by a seminary professor who authors a popular blog on culture, religion and new media.
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