Virtual Reality Church
DARRELL BOCK and JONATHAN ARMSTRONG
Is Virtual Reality a Biblical Reality?
The invention of the printing press catalyzed Martin Luther's reformation; radios and televisions delivered Billy Graham's gospel proclamations to millions of households. Technological advancements have undoubtedly advanced kingdom work for centuries--but is the same true for the burgeoning technologies of today?
As virtual reality becomes increasingly prominent throughout society, churches must assess how to respond thoughtfully and biblically. In Virtual Reality Church, theologians Darrell Bock and Jonathan Armstrong present a systematic reflection on how to faithfully apply virtual reality for ministry purposes. They examine the risks--like compromising the meaning of tangible worship--and opportunities--like safely reaching persecuted churches--of integrating revolutionary technologies into the Christian life. Learn to think critically, theologically, and pastorally about new technologies so that you can faithfully advance the gospel into the future.
269 pages 0621