Church Online : the Emerging Trends in Virtual Church.
Fay, Martha J.
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Research shows that by 2010 as many as 50 million individuals may rely solely upon the Internet to provide all of their faith-based experiences (Campbell, 2004). This relatively new phenomenon of virtual church has been of interest to scholars throughout the last decade, however little is known about those who engage in it. This study explores motives for using a virtual church instead of the traditional "brick and mortar" church.
Church--Computer network resources
Church attendance--Technological innovations
Worship--Computer network resources
Church attendance--Use studies
Color poster with text, images, and graphs (Spring 2009)
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