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Jane Austen wrote the book of Ruth, and other truths I've learned in my first year of Tweeting the Bible
Jana Riess set out a year ago to tweet the Bible, reading the Good Book and summarizing it in 140-character-long humorous commentaries. The project has proved to be fun, racy, messy -- and has connected her with a far-flung community.
One advocacy organization that works on behalf of its homeless friends finds itself too busy not to tweet.
What happens if someone on a search committee Googles the name of a candidate who has been attacked by a vicious blogger?
Piling up Facebook friends seems ridiculous. But “Hannah’s Child” shows that Christians can’t have too many friends.
We’re good at learning from authority, but how do we learn to question authority? That’s an invaluable skill in this collaborative, Internet age, says a professor of interdisciplinary studies.
The campus at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte, N.C. Photo courtesy Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is developing a hybrid model of theological education using technology and on-campus instruction to engage students in new ways.
Theological schools must use both sophisticated communication technologies and in-person teaching to effectively train pastors in the 21st century, says the former president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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