If Jesus Was on Facebook and a Few "Other Things" on Change

Today I have been browsing the net looking for some "stuff" that I would not ordinarily have the time to look at so here are a few things on Media Savvy Christianity and the theme of Change.

(Nate Bostian is the author of this ) click here to see it. 

I think it was done last year for Holy Week.

 Is this a way of reminding the Church that it has to keep up with the media if it is to get the message across ?

What do you think ?














On a sidenote,this was done last year and is to be repeated this year. You can follow the events of Holy Week via Twitter at http://twitter.com/passionweek. Here’s more about this from some one called John’s blog:
"I have created a Twitter account called @passionweek. Beginning this Sunday — Palm Sunday — you can follow along with the events of Jesus’ final week. Throughout the week, the@passionweek twitter account will post a brief glimpse of what Jesus experienced at the time he would of experienced it. The timing is mostly estimated. Regardless, I hope it can give you reason to pause throughout the week to reflect and anticipate what looms on Sunday."

THOU SHALT BLOG SAYS THE  VATICAN

There will be many more bloggers wearing Roman collars if Pope Benedict XVI has his way. In a message addressed straight to priests — bypassing the offices of many cautious bishops — the pope has urged them to start spreading and defending the faith online.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE BY TERRY MATTINGLY


EMERGENT CHRISTIANITY

Then if you have been hearing about something called "The Great Emergence or Emergent Christianity"   this video interview with  American Anglican Phyllis Tickle  explains it sorta !! ( there is also a short Bio about Phyllis Tickle just in case you are wondering who she is!)

CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO INTERVIEW 

AND HERE IS A LINK TO THE WEBSITE OF PHYLLIS TICKLE







2 comments:

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

Well, if we want to include the younger generation, we have to go where they are: the Internet. Hah! Come to think of it, that's where we (you and I) are right now, too, isn't it??

Philomena Ewing said...

Greetings Elizabeth,

Thanks for visiting. I agree with your comment.
I am also aware that there are many that view Facebook as a vacuous past-time or even inherently evil and will have nothing to do with it.