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Books and articles
to this list: newmediaproject@cts.edu. Keith Anderson Pastor Keith Anderson (blog, (book) Walking Together Blog Elizabeth Drescher and Keith Anderson Click 2 Save
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/resources/books-and-articles

Sharing the gospel and new media: #freethegospel
By Keith Anderson | As a pastor my primary mission is to share the good news of God’s love in with as many people, in as many ways and in as many platforms as possible: church, coffee shops, pubs, the barber shop, and social media platforms from Facebook, YouTube, to Instagram. To borrow from John Wesley, I try to share the Gospel, “by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.”
Sharing the gospel and new media: #freethegospel, This post is part of a series about sharing the gospel and new media. Check out other posts in this series, along with other blog series from the past, here. By Keith Anderson “Give it away give it away give it away now” ~ Red Hot Chili, on investment) of digital ministry is hearts set free in the Gospel.” Keith Anderson serves as pastor, . Connect with Keith at pastorkeithanderson.net and on Twitter @prkanderson. The New Media Project
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2016/04/06/sharing-the-gospel-and-new-media-freethegospel

Reverent acknowledgement
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | My spiritual director is on Facebook. This means a great deal to me. My spiritual director is Margaret Benefiel, a professor at Andover-Newton Theological School in Boston, author of several books on spirituality and leadership, and one of the digital ministry practitioners appearing in my forthcoming book with Elizabeth Drescher, Click2Save: The Digital Ministry Bible.
Reverent acknowledgement, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger My spiritual director is on Facebook. This means a great deal to me. My spiritual director is Margaret Benefiel, a professor at Andover-Newton Theological School in Boston, author of several books on spirituality and leadership, and one of the digital ministry practitioners appearing in my forthcoming book with Elizabeth Drescher, things include ‘like’ buttons and 140-character prayers. Keith Anderson is the pastor
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2012/02/10/reverent-acknowledgement

The digital cathedral: Networked ministry in a wireless world
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | For our honeymoon, my wife and I spent six weeks traveling across Europe. We visited 16 cities in 11 countries over the course of six weeks. It was amazing—and exhausting. Having developed an interest in medieval Christianity while in divinity school, I was anxious to see many of the places I had only read about in books. So, Jenny indulged me as we schlepped across the continent from church to monastery to cathedral.
The digital cathedral: Networked ministry in a wireless world, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger This is the first in a five-part series on Keith's forthcoming book, The Digital Cathedral. For our honeymoon, my wife and I spent six weeks traveling across Europe. We visited 16 cities in 11 countries over the course of six weeks. It was amazing—and exhausting. Having developed an interest, spirituality of the institutional church. The Rev. Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/02/04/the-digital-cathedral-networked-ministry-in-a-wireless-world

The digital cathedral: Doctor Who as a model for digitally integrated ministry?
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | Thank goodness for Netflix. Last Holy Week I found myself felled by the flu and had just enough energy to lie on our couch and lift the remote for the Apple TV. Many of my friends had been raving about the television show Doctor Who at the time, and so I decided to give it a try. I started with episode one of Season five, the beginning of the Matt Smith era (you’ve got to start somewhere), and I never looked back.
The digital cathedral: Doctor Who as a model for digitally integrated ministry?, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger This is the second in a five-part series on Keith's forthcoming book, The Digital Cathedral. “People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect but actually from a non-linear non-subjective viewpoint it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly … timey wimey, , "Geronimo!” The Rev. Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church in Ambler, PA. He
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/02/18/the-digital-cathedral-doctor-who-as-a-model-for-digitally-integrated-ministry-

The digital cathedral: Coffeehouses as social media? Pubs as sacred space?
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | In his new book, Writing in the Wall: Social Media—the First 2,000 Years, Tom Standage, digital editor of The Economist, reminds readers that social media existed long before the invention of Facebook and the iPhone. Social networks, he writes, are nothing new. People have always found ways of connecting and networking with one another by means of whatever technologies were available to them at the time.
The digital cathedral: Coffeehouses as social media? Pubs as sacred space?, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger This is the third in a five-part series on Keith's forthcoming book, The Digital Cathedral. In his new book, Writing in the Wall: Social Media—the First 2,000 Years, Tom Standage, digital editor of The Economist, reminds readers that social media existed long before the invention, them sacred. The Rev. Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church in Ambler
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/03/04/the-digital-cathedral-coffeehouses-as-social-media-pubs-as-sacred-space-

The digital cathedral: Visual and immersive faith formation
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | “Everything in a Gothic cathedral tells a story which in turn opens onto the narrative being spun by God.” ~ Robert Barron, "Heaven in Stone and Glass" One of the major trends in social media over the last two years has been the explosion of image-driven content. The web is shifting from a text-driven to an image-driven medium, leading some to call this next iteration of the Internet the “visual web.”
The digital cathedral: Visual and immersive faith formation, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger This is the fourth in a five-part series on Keith's forthcoming book, The Digital Cathedral. “Everything in a Gothic cathedral tells a story which in turn opens onto the narrative being spun by God.” ~ Robert Barron, Heaven in Stone and Glass One of the major trends in social media over, . Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church in Ambler, PA. He is the author
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/03/18/the-digital-cathedral-visual-and-immersive-faith-formation

Feast of the digitally-integrated incarnation
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | “And the word became flesh and lived among us....” (John 1:14) This summer, one of my Facebook friends I’ve never met, Tracy Pasche-Johannes, a fellow Lutheran pastor from Muncie, Indiana, and her husband, Jeff, were in my hometown of Boston on vacation. “We’re in Boston! Would you like to meet in person?” they asked in a Facebook message.
Feast of the digitally-integrated incarnation, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger “And the word became flesh and lived among us....” (John 1:14) This summer, one of my Facebook friends I’ve never met, Tracy Pasche-Johannes, a fellow Lutheran pastor from Muncie, Indiana, and her husband, Jeff, were in my hometown of Boston on vacation. “We’re in Boston! Would you like to meet in person, —we meet face-to-face again. Keith Anderson is the pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2011/12/07/feast-of-the-digitally-integrated-incarnation

The digital cathedral: Shifting institutions to networks
By Keith Anderson, guest blogger | Last month the Pew Research Center released a report called Millennials in adulthood: Detached from institutions, networked with friends, which contains important insights for ministry leadership in the digital age. The report addresses two major interconnected trends that have dramatically affected the church over the last 25 years.
The digital cathedral: Shifting institutions to networks, By Keith Anderson, guest blogger This is the last in a five-part series on Keith's forthcoming book, The Digital Cathedral. Last month the Pew Research Center released a report called Millennials in adulthood: Detached from institutions, networked with friends, which contains important insights for ministry leadership, but are not certain, and 11 percent don’t believe at all. The Rev. Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/04/01/the-digital-cathedral-shifting-institutions-to-networks

New Media Project announces changes for next phase
By Verity A. Jones | I have good news to share. Lilly Endowment Inc. has granted Christian Theological Seminary additional funding to complete a transitional phase of the New Media Project over the next 18 months. The support will enable the New Media Project to further its work of research and interpretation so that we might better help religious leaders think theologically about technology. We are exceedingly grateful for this support.
enjoyed the last series by Keith Anderson on the digital cathedral. If you missed it, be sure to read
http://www.cpx.cts.edu/newmedia/blog/new-media-project/2014/04/15/new-media-project-announces-changes-for-next-phase

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