Roundup: A date for Easter, God and technology, using technology to find God, making use of the media, and living without heaven and hell.

Roundup: A date for Easter, God and technology, using technology to find God, making use of the media, and living without heaven and hell.

UK academic says Easter date can now be fixed

The Last Supper took place on a Wednesday — a day earlier than thought — and a date for Easter can now be fixed, according to a Cambridge University scientist aiming to solve one of the Bible’s most enduring contradictions.

‘Technology can’t replace God’: Pope

Pope Benedict led Roman Catholics into Holy Week celebrations, telling a Palm Sunday crowd that man will pay the price for his pride if he believes technology can give him the powers of God.

What does religion look like online?

I want to explore what role faith, religion and spirituality play on the web, and, eventually, to address the question of where such personal topics belong in the formation of your online identify, and personal brand.

‘O For a Thousand Tweets’

One thing is certain: Wesley knew the power of communications and made the most effective use of the media of his day.

Hell no? Rob Bell’s question prompts ‘Time’ Holy Week cover

Bell sees a Christian imperative to live an ethical life now and let God handle the hereafter (if there is one).

 

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