The latest edition of the Presbyterian Outlook focuses on all the crazy technology and web 2.0 stuff that is out there infiltrating our church communities.  A couple of my posts made the cut as well as some great commentary from some solid colleagues.  Not sure what Web 3.0 is shaping up to be, but I am going to count my blessings that there are more and more folks willing to come out and claim some of the wonderful opportunities that technology can bring to ministry.

From Jack Haberer, Editor-in-chief

The world really is flat, as Thomas Friedman proclaimed in his book by that title.

For
those of us who have held the privileged role of “editor” (the person
who decides what news is “fit to print”), that privilege has
disappeared.

For
those of us who have held the privileged role of “preacher,” (the
person who tells the people what God’s Word says and means), that
privilege has disappeared, too.

Then again, maybe we were due for a change.

Actually, the change may be just what we Presbyterians need.

You will have to register to see the articles in their entirety, but it is well worth it.  Most of the 2.0 articles are in the COMMENTARY SECTION.

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