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I am very pleased as I have just found a copy of a book that looks like it is going to be fairly crucial on Amazon for £14. Much cheaper than getting bits of it from the BL. It’s called Religion Online: Finding faith on the internet, a 2004 collection edited by Lorne Dawson and Douglas Cowan. Pretty much everything I have read so far has referenced at least one article from this collection so I am very keen to find out what all the fuss is about.

But, I bet there is nothing talking about the experiences of UK Christians/ churches and the internet. You’d think that we were a technological backwater; so far I have found nothing – no interest, no writing, no recent research on what’s happening in the UK. Yet the first search engine directory I looked at had 45,000+ church websites listed. So there must be something going on here…