E 127 Unweaving the Web: Beginning to Think Theologically about the Internet (2002)


The Internet is growing at an astonishing rate and is now an unavoidable part of modern life. Ignoring it is no longer an option—but how do we make sense of it ethically?

Most discussions address issues concerned with the kind of material that the Internet can transmit and its regulation. But this thoughtful study goes on to examine how the Internet might affect our conception of time, place and personhood and offers a rich resource for reflection.

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Author: Dr David Clough

David is Tutor in Ethics and Systematic Theology at Cranmer Hall, Durham and a Methodist Local Preacher. He is Technical Director of Matrix, an internet-based theological research project, and previously worked as a programmer developing applications for the World-Wide Web.

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