God on the Internet
Religious and computer columnist Mark Kellner begins with an overview of the Internet and various online services and moves on to more detailed descriptions of religious resources available on each service. This book explains where to find everything from the Book of Mormon online to a tour of the Vatican's artwork. Interspersed throughout the book are examples of how people use the Internet for religious experiences.
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