(RNS) — The sharing economy is removing traditional social barriers and engendering trust. What can we learn from this as Christians?
(RNS) — The bad news is that the most outspoken religious people on social media are no less partisan than anyone else. The good news is that they are likely speaking to a silent majority of political pragmatists.
(RNS) — If all realities are equally plausible in the Internet age, then there is no reason that magic should be less plausible, indeed less powerful, than any other form of reality-creation.
(The Conversation) — The Uighur internet, which once fostered a cultural flourishing for Uighurs, has become a space that controls many aspects of their lives.
(RNS) — The internet has transformed our consumption of texts — even sacred texts — into malleable pieces that can be reimagined, reinvented and owned in a new way.
Can we use the Internet to explain God to kids?
(RNS) — It found pro-ISIS sympathy is most prevalent in communities with high levels of anti-Muslim sentiment.
(RNS) — The new domain strictly limits a wide range of faiths and essentially excludes any group with a scholarly or secular orientation.
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — The Bible has never belonged to one group alone. Its internet namesake shouldn’t either.
(RNS) — The singer arrived in Dakar, the capital of the mostly Muslim West African nation, despite accusations from the group that she is a Freemason and supports gay people — both serious transgressions in their eyes.
(RNS) Christian women online have found new platforms to teach, preach and connect. "God isn't trademarked," says Sarah Bessey.
(RNS) — 'There are simply fewer religion writers today. They have either been laid off or jumped ship before they got pushed out.'
ROME (Reuters) The mother of the Italian-Moroccan jihadi who helped carry out a deadly attack in London last week said on Tuesday she had tried to keep her son from falling under the sway of Islamic State ideology, but the internet and his London friends changed him.
ROME (RNS) At a time when vocations to Catholic religious orders are falling, the nuns see their new approach as a means to promote their work and attract newcomers.
(RNS) For many, the internet has created new platforms to teach, preach and connect.