An unprecedented technological revolution is sweeping across the world. Every sphere of life from communications, work, economy, leisure, our homes, health care and even religious practice is changing in response to the growth not just of digital technology but of a new world-embracing digital culture. Where is God in all this change? How does God's mission impact digital culture?
This volume argues that digitalization is radically changing both the methods and conditions of missions, as well as calling for a re-appraisal of contemporary missiology. In a new culture, mission needs to be rethought, re-contextualised, re-formed for a new world.
Featuring chapters by theologians, social scientists, computer scientists and practitioners this volume is a timely exploration of the implications of digitality for missio Dei in thought and practice.