Lessons from the Postmodern Web. Paul Kulp, PhD Web Services Group. Introduction. The Church has adapted new forms in response to the shifts of postmodern culture. Some of these new forms are making effective use of the web in ways that we can all learn from. FYI.
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Paul Kulp, PhDWeb Services Group
That which is, already has been
That which is to be, already isand God seeks out what has gone by.
ex. www.emergentvillage.com=> Communicate => Emergent Web
ex. www.emergingminister.comvideos, graphics, etc
“This is just a culture like any other culture in which God’s people have lived and our job now is to be faithful in this changing circumstance.”Wittenburg Door, Sept 2005
We practice our faith missionally – that is, we do not isolate ourselves from this world, but rather, we follow Christ into the world.
We believe the church exists for the benefit and blessing of the world at large; we seek therefore not to be blessed to the exclusion of everyone else, but rather for the benefit of everyone else.
We see the earth and all it contains as God’s beloved creation, and so we join God in seeking its good, its healing, and its blessing.