Missed this when it came out last year – an issue of the Princeton Theological Review oriented around the theme of ‘The Church after Google’.
You can get a list of all the past issues here (with download links).
Or just download Issue 43 (Fall 2010) The Church after Google directly (PDF).
Content of issue:
- Theology and the Church After Google – Philip Clayton
- The Separation of Church and Status: How Online Social Networking Helps and Hurts the Church – Brett McCraken
- Gospel Truth in the Age of Google – Rachel Johnson
- The Canon After Google: Implications of a Digitized and Destabilized Codex – Ched Spellman
- Faith Comes From Hearing: The Scandal of Preaching in a Digital Age – Matt O’Reilly
- Virtual World Churches and the Reformed Confessions – Neal Locke
- ‘Thou Hast Given Me a Body’: Theological Anthropology and the Virtual Church – Travis Pickell
- Hacking into the Church Mainframe: A Theological Engagement of the Post-Informational World – Henry Kuo
- Theo-Blogging and the Future of Academic Theology: Reflections from the Trenches – David Congdon & Travis McMaken
- Theological Blogging: A Contradiction in Terms? – Brian Brock
Hat tip to Andrew Picard.