Tag: Internet

The net neutrality debate needs a little nuance

As the net neutrality debate heats up, let’s look at some nuances that are important for a moral analysis. I did on Aleteia this week. The binary view in American politics can often lead us to believe there are only two possible options. Nuances and third ways are often missed, and that’s what is happening …

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Applying Six Offline Models to Online Evangelization

I wrote an article on evangelizing online on Homiletic & Pastoral Review about how to evangelize online. The Internet has now opened up as a wide field for our evangelization. Much of the cultural interchange now takes place via such electronic means. The Church is called to step out into every new forum and evangelize it, …

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