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  • September 3, 2009
  • Frances Chan

This Saturday is also a holy day for the School of Theology and Bible Society New Zealand. The organisers are holding a seminar to explore the impact of the internet on Christian communication, marketing and spiritual networking.

A panel of local theologians and Heidi Campbell from Texas A&M University will discuss these issues and more. Campbell is the author Exploring Religious Community Online.

The event, entitled ‘Digital faith’, is being held at on Saturday 5 September, 9am – 12 noon at the OGGB Lecture Theatre, Level O, Owen G Glenn Building, Grafton Road, The University of Auckland.

The path to digital spiritual connectedness only costs $5 and includes morning tea.

For information, email theologyadmin@auckland.ac.nz

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