Category Archives: Christianity

A Response to ‘Your Testimony is your most compelling content’

My name is Tim, and I’m a “digital humanities” researcher in Sweden, looking at the role of new media in journeys in and out of Christian faith. I’m not an evangelist myself, but I have endured a few testimonies over … Continue reading

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The Digital Story of Nativity and A Social Network Christmas

In case you have missed them, here are two delightful reinterpretations of the Christmas story using the web’s most popular social platforms. Enjoy! This first one is by Portugese digital heroes EXCENTRIC who have very cool, moody filmic music on … Continue reading

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Your most compelling content is your testimony

Last week, during the Social Media for Social Change conference held at All Souls Langham Place one comment in particular stuck with me: Churches need to create quality content To which which my exact immediate thoughts were: Which seems harsh, but I think … Continue reading

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The Natwivity – A novel reinvention of The Christmas Story

The Natwivity is Twitter-based endeavour masterminded by the lovely people at Share Creative in which they will be retelling the Nativity story with a daily tweet throughout December. The Nativity is a well-known story that is celebrated in churches up … Continue reading

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Sociality, community and The Trinity

This is write-up of a talk given by minor PR deity and full-time Ed Miliband impersonator James Poulter on the subject of social communications and the church. To listen to it in full – go here. Sociality and Community The … Continue reading

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Why secularists love the iPhone…

Following on from my last post, which weighed the pros and cons of Apple’s incursion into Christendom, I have stumpled upon further evidence that Apple is trying to usurp Christianity. During a light-hearted  round of iPhone’s Words with Friends, my favourite Salvation Army soup-van commandeering Scot - Thomas … Continue reading

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Worshipping at the altar of iPulpit

I know that for many their love of Apple products can take almost Biblical proportions, but this is ridiculous… These nifty little podiums are made by the good people at Little Mountain productions who build lots of cool little stuff … Continue reading

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#CNMAC10 – The Christian New Media Awards and Conference overview

On the morning of Saturday 16th October, 250 Christians descended piously on City University in London to attend CNMAC 2010. The aim of the day was to educate and empower Christians who want to be missional in an increasingly digitized … Continue reading

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#CNMAC10 OFFICIAL VIDEO

This is probably the greatest Christian film since The Passion of The Christ… If I wasn’t able to ensnare you for the video (or even if I was and as the result of Stockholm Syndrome you want to come back … Continue reading

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Save Blue Like Jazz: Mission Accomplished!

Well folks, only 10 days into Zach and John’s attempts to crowdsource $125,000 to save Don Miller’s magnum opus about disenchantment with institutionalized Christianity  they have reached their target!! (in case it seems like I have been a little tardy … Continue reading

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