Just popped onto CNN.com to get my morning news and found a posting in their Belief Blog that, honestly, makes me feel a little uneasy. Author Lisa Miller shares interesting facts and expresses concern over what technology today has done/will do to organized religion.
I enjoy(ed) church, and believe that the gathering of God’s people is a very important part of the Christian experience. I also, however, believe that technology has been a great benefit to Christianity because the Word can reach more people, faster, and through various outlets. It keeps us from having to succumb to the “Christians are lame” stereotype…we’ve got PowerPoint now!
What do you think of Miller’s entry? Is technology possibly blotting out the church experience?