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Digital Faith – University of Auckland (5 Sept)

Digital Faith
Exploring the contours of faith in our digital world

How do the Christian faith and the Internet impact upon each other? What place might the Bible have in our digital world?

Come and join us as our panel of expert speakers engage with these topics and others relating to issues of faith in the digital world.

Speakers
Mark Brown (Blog)
CEO, Bible Society New Zealand
Founder Anglican Cathedral in Second Life.

Stephen Garner (blog)
Lecturer in Theology and Popular Culture,
School of Theology, University of Auckland.

Heidi Campbell (blog)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Communication, Texas A&M University
Author of Exploring Religious Community Online.

Tim Bulkeley (blog)
Lecturer in Old Testament, Carey Baptist College
Developer of the Amos Hypertext Commentary & podBible projects.


Saturday 5 September 2009, 9am-12pm

OGGB4 Lecture Theatre, Level 0, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, The University of Auckland
(Map of city campus (PDF))

Please REGISTER your attendance by Wednesday 2 September with theologyadmin@auckland.ac.nz

Cost $5 (morning tea provided)
Parking under Owen G Glenn building, $5 flat rate

You can download the flyer here:
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