Website On Religion - Topic: Religion on the Internet - 14 results

"Are Americans turning to the Web for religious experiences and spiritual discussion, and if so how are traditional religious institutions responding to and being shaped by this shift? For this forum, we bring together three experts (Charles Henderson, Elena Larsen, and Scott Thumma) actively involved in understanding how people are using the Internet for religious purposes."
This is the web site of Bishop Jacques Gaillot, whose diocese exists only in cyberspace. Gaillot is a Roman Catholic, out of favor with the hierarchy for his liberal views on various issues.
"The Network is designed for scholars, students and those interested in exploring topics and questions emerging at the intersections of religion, the internet and new, social and mobile media. The Network offers an interactive space for researchers and others wishing to learn more about this growing research area to share related resources and highlight news items as well as events. Users can engage with key research sources and information integral to this dynamic field. Scholars can also apply to join the network and contribute to the collaborative spaces on the site."
"The Center for Media, Religion, and Culture was founded in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2006 to bring together scholars, professionals, and the larger public to explore the variety of ways media and religion influence one another and our daily lives. It is one of the very few institutions worldwide dedicated to building knowledge and expertise in this emerging field. And its multidisciplinary efforts draw on resources from a broad range of approaches, locations, and directions."
"Mediating Religion is an international network of academics and interested associates working in the area of religion, culture and social change. Our focus is on the multiple, interconnected ways in which religious ideas and practices are mediated in the contemporary world. Mediating Religion acts as a network of networks – encouraging collaboration amongst research clusters working on these themes around the world."