One of the most seismic changes in Church history – the reformation of the 1500s – was aided hugely by the introduction of a radical piece of new technology; the printing press. Philosophers, theologians and cultural commentators are all harking back to that shift, implying that the digital revolution is bringing about a similar evolution. So how is it impacting our thinking about faith? The way we do church? What are the implications for established and mainstream denominations? Senior lecturer in Theology and Contemporary Culture at London School of Theology, Anna Robbins explores and provides fuel for a follow-up panel debate.

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