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Gutenberg and Google

Over at the Hacking Christianity blog there are notes on a conversation with Leonard Sweet about his idea that the language of the world — and thus the Church — is shifting from Gutenberg to Google. He offers three key questions to reflect on how your church is connecting to the culture:

  1. How is your church learning the language of the culture?
  2. How is your ministry context connecting with the images and narratives of the culture?
  3. How do you retain the Gutenberg generation while reaching the Google generation?
In other words, are you translating faith to people, or expecting them to translate life to the Church?