The soul of cyberspace: how new technology is changing our spiritual lives

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HarperEdge, Jun 29, 1997 - Computers - 284 pages
In a pioneering journey to faith's new frontier--cyberspace, where traditional religions are reinvented and new ones are created--the acclaimed coauthor of "Transformations: Awakening to the Sacred in Ourselves" charts technology's radical impact on the ways in which the world prays, worships, preaches, and believes.

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A useful overview of the impact of religion on the Internet, offering lengthy, stimulating interviews with individuals active in Web culture. Among the issues being debated by the figures Zaleski (a ... Read full review

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Zaleski (Transformations, Crown, 1995), editor-at-large for Publishers Weekly, sets out on a reporter's quest to find prana ("life force") in the virtual reality of the World Wide Web. On his journey ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
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Judaism
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Cyberspace
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Copyright

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