Is the Internet bad for religion?

A professor in Massachusetts noticed recently that religion’s decline in America coincided with the rise of the Internet.

He theorized that the two may be connected. Headline: “Is the Internet bad for religion?”

It’s utter nonsense, of course. The decline of mainline churches began in 1965, not in the 1990s when the Internet became commercially available.

The Internet is providing new tools for creative faith leaders to use. Blogs, e-letters, social media posts, videos, data management

If there is a problem it is noncreative leaders who fear new ways and have concluded that new means wrong. Read More




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