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Missio Dei in a Digital Age
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List of Contributors 1. Introduction: Missio Dei in a Digital Age 1 Jonas Kurlberg Part 1 Missiological Perspectives 21 2. Digital Inculturation 23 Katherine G. Schmidt 3. Mission: An Adventure of the (Digital) Imagination 36 Jonny Baker 4. Digital Theology: Practicing Local Theology in an Age of Global Technology 51 Rei Lemuel Crizaldo Part 2 Missional Practices 73 5. Finding Jesus Online: Digital Evangelism and the Future of Christian Mission 75 Steve Hollinghurst 6. The Double-Edged Sword of the Cherubim: Do Algorithms Inhibit Our Access to the Knowledge of God? Google and Missio Dei in a Digital Age 98 Christian Grund Sorensen 7. Interactive Technologies, Missio Dei and Grassroots Activism 122 Erkki Sutinen and Anthony Cooper 8. Amusing Ourselves to New Life? Strategic and Pastoral Reflections on Digital Media and Contemporary Spirituality 150 John Drane and Olive Fleming Drane 9. Worship, Community and Missio Dei in a Digital Age 170 Maggi Dawn 10. Back to the Roots or Growing New Branches: Preaching, Orality and Mission in a Digital Age 195 Frida Mannerfeldt Part 3 Public Theology and the Common Good 221 11. Vulnerable Children and Missio Dei in a Digital Age 223 Tim Davy 12. Public Faith, Shame and China's Social Credit System 236 Alexander Chow Conclusion 257 13. Conclusion: Missio Dei in a Digital Age 259 Peter M. Phillips

About the Author

Jonas Kurlberg is a Research Fellow and Deputy Director at the Centre for Digital Theology, Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University. Peter M. Phillips is a Research Fellow and Director at the Centre for Digital Theology, Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University.

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"The book represents an important reference point for all those who want to understand what it means to live the Christian faith in today's world. The Church is called to be where men and women live. And today they live a life that is intertwined between the physical and digital environment. The challenge then is what it means to live the faith in the time of the net. The book deals with essential and urgent issues and does so competently because it is the result of reflection based on the direct experience of the authors. For this reason, I strongly recommend it" -- Fr. Antonio Spadaro SJ, editor in chief, "La Civilta Cattolica"

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