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Reflection on Social Media and the Trinity

The gospel has always been transmitted personally to family, friends and neighbors. Social media expands that personal reach but also puts social relationships in high relief: More people know more about the contours of any online person’s or community’s interconnections than was ever possible offline. In “Faith communities in high relief,” an essay written for the New Media Project at Christian Theological Seminary, program director Verity A. Jones draws upon six case studies the project conducted in 2011 to interpret and evaluate the impact of social media upon the formation and shaping of Christian communities, and to think about how Christians can meaningfully and faithfully enact and construe community in the context of exposed social relationships. Reflective conversation-starting questions are included.



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