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Árni Svanur

Thank you for a very interesting presentation today, you raised a lot of questions and gave us inspiration and material for a very important discussion on church, web (2.0 both, of course), ecclesiology and community.


can you tell others i have added the pdf of the slides on here. thanks.


This is excellent. Would have loved to hear the full talk. Crazy name to boot too ;-)


jonny, fascinated with the fact that you used my out of bounds church book and would ke keen to know a bit more about what you bounced off. i presume it might be the stuff in postcard 5 about cybermonks and perhaps the stuff in postcard 7 about postmodern monasteries?

peace, steve


i used the stuff on spiritual tourists, peg and ethical communities and how to light guided pathways that lead people from one to the other...

Árni Svanur

Will do, thanks.

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