Document Type

Article

Keywords

Embodiment, Virtual space, Congregational life, Incarnation

Disciplines

Practical Theology | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion

Abstract

This essay is one of six in a collection of theological reflections on social media and new media conducted by the New Media Research Fellows at Union Theological Seminary. They are based upon the case studies conducted by the research fellows in 2011. These and other resources can be found on the New Media Project website.

Publication Title

New Media Project at Christian Theological Seminary

Article Number

1011

Publication Date

5-10-2012

Publisher

Christian Theological Seminary

Language

English

Version

Published

Comments

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Published with permisson of the author and original publisher.

Copyright holders: Kathryn Reklis, Christian Theological Seminary

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
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