There’s a common hashtag for twitter #TweetingInChurch that is used to let others know what you’re tweeting while you’re “in” church. But maybe, it should be #TweetingAsChurch to let others know what you’re tweeting “as” the church.
Is internet church more real than real church? I suppose that depends on how you define church. If church is the physical gathering of the saints in a physical place, then the answer would have to be a resounding NO! If church is something else other than the physical gathering of the saints in a physical place, then all we can say, is that it might be possible that internet church is more real than real church.
The answer might be found through these few questions:
- What is Church?
- Is it possible to gather together online?
- What makes church real?
Based on your answer to these three questions, is it more likely, that real church happens online or in a building?
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