Inform The Reform

Check out this crazy good video, “Information R/evolution” by Digital Ethnography at KSU:

The rate of information growth is so fast, that I wonder where and how theological education and institutions try to “hold ground.”

Is the traditional setting and format for receiving theological instruction the same as it was 500 years ago? What kind of impact does this type of technological revolution have on The Word?  What does this mean for “seekers” and churches that are “seeker-sensitive”? Perhaps we need to engage them where they’re looking and googling, not in our pews.

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  1. Josh says:

    whoaaaa that was crazy good.

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