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16 religion and the internetblog


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16 religion and the internetblog

  1. 1. Religion and the Internet <br />Put this presentation onto slide show and follow the instructions.<br />
  2. 2. Click onto each of the websites below. Consider the type of website, how it may be used and whether it may be an asset to religion. Make notes that may help you with your exam. Consider any obvious positive or negatives about the site. The first is completed for you to show you how to format your notes.<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li>Be aware that there are a range of atheist websites, anti Islam websites and other anti religion websites.
  4. 4. Now consider the points on the next slides. You may wish to take notes.</li></li></ul><li>Online churches – consider . . .<br /><ul><li>Some religions / churches exist ONLY online.
  5. 5. Some religions / churches are online offshoots of major denominations or movements.
  6. 6. Some religions / churches are part of the work and life of real-life church communities.</li></li></ul><li>Users of online religious sites. Consider . . .<br />Some people look at online religious sites<br />Some people interact with online religious sites<br />Some people engage in religious activity using religious sites<br />
  7. 7. Consider these exam questions which cover religion and the Internet. Which websites could you use as examples for each question?<br /><ul><li>Examine the role of the Internet in promoting religion. (30 marks)
  8. 8. Examine the variety of material related to religion on the Internet. (30 marks)
  9. 9. Evaluate the view that the Internet promotes religion. (15 marks)</li>