Buy It Now!
According to the U.S. Commerce Department, traffic on the Internet is
doubling every 100 days. Radio took 30 years to reach 50 million listeners, and
television took only 13. The Internet has taken four years to do the same.
Andrew Careaga is the public relations manager for the University of
Missouri in Rolla and has written extensively about computers, the Internet and
faith, including several articles for On Mission. When he wrote
E-vangelism: Sharing the Gospel in Cyberspace, he found 13,771
Internet sites devoted to religion faiths and practices by searching on Yahoo!
A similar search done today, two years later, shows that number has
ballooned to 32,571 sites, including resources on Christianity, plus voodoo,
paganism and cyber culture religions.
If this information superhighway is not a short-lived fad that will soon
disappear, then Christians need to be aware of how to use it as an evangelism
tool. Careaga walks them through the process step-by-step while avoiding
computerese or technical jargon.
Careaga includes a glossary of terms and examples of life-changing online
encounters that will interest and benefit both the computer newbie and
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