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Resources on the Internet and Religion

This collection of links provided by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research points to online resources addressing the intersection of religion and the Internet. Linked institutions include the Center for the Digital Future, the American Sociological Association’s Section on Communication and Information Technologies, and the Wabash Center Internet Guide. Other links cover a lecture on religion and the Internet given at MIT, reports from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, and an essay on high-tech Christianity. Access these links and more on the Institute's web page, Links to Information on the Internet: Web and Religion.



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