Christian New Media Conference
Not a lot of blogging this week I’m afraid as I’m preparing a paper for the Christian New Media Conference this weekend. I’ll be starting to open up some issues around ecclesiology on the web, particularly in the areas of authority and inclusion. I’ll post the paper at the weekend, together with a bunch of supporting material.
Apologies therefore for the lack of content. If you’re coming to London on Saturday for the Conference, I’ll see you there. If you haven’t yet got your ticket, here’s the details.
Sat 16 Oct 2010, 09:30am – 5:00pm
Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre, City University, London
With just one week until the first Christian New Media Conference book your tickets now to make sure you don’t miss out.
Spend a day with expert practitioners as they share with you the skills and knowledge you need to know to make an impact online.
The conference is made up of main sessions covering topics of interest to everyone and break-out seminars focussing on specific subjects, including a dedicated theological stream.
ACTION CONTENT KNOWLEDGE THEOLOGY 1st Breakout
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We are pleased to announce that the Early Bird Booking discount has been extended so, so be sure to book your tickets at only Â£25.00 each as places are strictly limited!
I thought you were POST 'homo connectivus'! ;-) (sorry) Part about facebook/twitter sounds interesting. Clergy must be tempted to have *two profiles* each (one for friends etc, another for members of your congregation and those you come across in wider ministry?) but IIRC facebook still frowns on that.
I'm not schizophrenic on the web. That said, I do try to avoid Facebook friending minors etc.
I really wanted to be on this conference, but it's my first proper day off for 2 months! Family would have done unspeakable things to me if I said I was working again.
Looking forward to a full report.
Will do! By the way, have you thought about sorting out a Gravatar?
I thought that picture suited me
I think you can do better…