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How Social Networking Is Changing Religion

Is community lost or enhanced by digital interaction? Are religious messages and imperatives compromised or confirmed when represented in 140-character tweets or “sound-bite” Facebook updates? As ministry programs, houses of worship, clergy, small-group ministries and religious nonprofits maintain active presences on one or more social networking sites, religious leaders debate how online networking changes participants’ understanding and practice of their faith. The Religion Newswriters Association explores the debate about social networking through a collection of resources housed on its sister site, ReligionLink, under the title, “God and Facebook.” 



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