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Exploring the Internet as Sacred Journey

In this user-friendly although now dated article, Hartford Seminary professor Scott Thumma argues that even cyberspace is not beyond the reach of God. Pointing to the way Web sites inform us, connect us, and expand us in both worldly and other-worldly dimensions, he invites the reader to remain open to the guidance of the Holy Spirit while exploring an extensive set of embedded links as a way to make fresh, and sometimes disturbing, discoveries.

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