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The Intersection of Religion and the Internet

This web page, provided by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research, offers a collection of articles, studies, and reports on the growing presence of faith communities on the Internet. The subject matter is diverse, covering topics such as how people are using the Internet for religious purposes, who is online and what they do, concerns and consequences of taking religion online, and how technological advances are affecting theological education and other topics. The page, "Articles on the Internet: Web and Religion," is available on the Institute's website.

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