Holy cyber-faith, Batman! How is Christian spirituality taking shape in our web 2.0 era? What does collaborative technology say about Perichoresis (the triune dance of the Godhead) and ecclesiology (ways of living for the church gathered)? Where will be be five or fifty years from now? These are the questions addressed by an innovative new collaborative publishing endeavor put forth by the Wikiklesia Project entitled Voices of the Virtual World. I am privileged to be a contributor–my chapter is entitled Zeitgeist and Paraclete at Play. An eBook edition is available now, and a paperback edition will be up very shortly. I’m particularly stoked because all the proceeds from the sale of this hot little tome are going straight to the Not For Sale Campaign, an anti-slavery action and awareness group that I serve with as emerging churches coordinator. So buy/download a truckload of these, please!
I have to mention that I’m writing among alt.Christian giants with this book–it’d be rather intimidating if I haven’t gotten to know many of these ladies and gents over the years in my wanderings (both global and virtual) and found them to be pure platinum. In no particular order other than alphabetical, you can see the various authors and their attendant websites here:
Cynthia La Grou
John La Grou
Br. Karekin Yarian, BSG
Stuart Murray Williams
It’s worth echoing Stephen Shields and many others who note “Paul Walker, the Vicar of St Cuthberts in Bradford in the United Kingdom, is now in the process of blogging through” this volume. Check it out!