“Cyber Dialogue: The Future of Inter-Religious Engagement”

“PATHEOS” have provided a platform where adherents of different religions get together and share their views for peaceful co-existence in this world; they have given different articles under series “Future of Religion”.

I have written a comment on one of the articles “Cyber Dialogue: The Future of Inter-Religious Engagement” By Joshua M. Z. Stanton. I give below a link to the article and a passage from it together with my comments for benefit of the viewers of this blog.

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html#comment-1231048679

“In fact, social networking sites may be of tremendous help to religious communities. They bring together people with strong religious convictions more than ever before. Just have a look at the “Jesus Daily” fanpage on Facebook, which has almost 3,000,000 members, or the fanpage for “Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him),” which has nearly 130,000. Imagine a religious congregation with 130,000 or even 3,000,000 members! The hundreds of thousands of people gathering on these fanpages are truly becoming a community of people looking for religious inspiration and companionship, who have found it together online.” Unquote

paarsurrey

I like the article and I intend to publish a passage from it with a link to this article on my blog “paarsurrey” ; my blog is also for inter-faith and inter-religious dialogue.

Thanks and regards.

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html#comment-1231048679

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