This year I had the privilege to take the course World Christianity from Princeton Theological Seminary with Dr. Barreto. The class has been incredible: academically rigorous, intellectually engaging, and consistently eye-opening. Day after day, week after week, the lectures and readings have made me question my assumptions about so many things:
- What is Christianity and what should it look like?
- What’s the difference between Western / Northern versions of the faith and Southern / Eastern versions?
- How will Christianity change over the next 100 years?
I hope to do a deeper series about this topic in the future (and hopefully bring on some experts!). But in the meantime, I want to talk about one element in particular; one which matters a lot for our Faithspring community:
How will the internet shape the future of Christianity?
What we’re building here with our online membership community, resources, and more – this has the potential to be so much more than just another website or blog. I believe, God willing, we have the opportunity to create something global. A means to connect Christians and bring them together in a way that has never been possible before. Let me explain.