Nav: Home

Ecologies of Faith in a Digital Age: Spiritual Growth through Online Education | Paperback

by Stephen D. Lowe (Author), Mary E. Lowe (Author)


List Price: $25.00  
Price:  $15.56
You Save:  $9.44 (38%)
Available:  Usually ships in 24 hours
FREE Shipping on Qualified Orders
» View Details


Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  IVP Academic
Page Count:  250 Pages
Publication Date:  June 19, 2018
Sales Rank:  786692nd



EDITORIAL REVIEWS


Product Description
Technological innovation has changed nearly everything about human life, including how we teach and learn. Many Christian professors and institutions have embraced new technologies, especially online education. But as followers of Jesus Christ, we face the same call to grow in our faith. So how should we think about and approach Christian education in light of new technologies? Is it possible for us to grow spiritually through our digital communities? Steve Lowe and Mary Lowe, longtime proponents of online education, trace the motif of spiritual growth through Scripture and consider how students and professors alike might foster digital ecologies in which spiritual growth―even transformation―can take place. IVP Instructor Resources forthcoming.

SIMILAR PRODUCTS


Foundations of Spiritual Formation: A Community Approach to Becoming Like Christ

Foundations of Spiritual Formation: A Community Approach to Becoming Like Christ
by Paul Pettit (Editor)
Networked Theology: Negotiating Faith in Digital Culture (Engaging Culture)

Networked Theology: Negotiating Faith in Digital Culture (Engaging Culture)
by Heidi A. Campbell (Author), Stephen Garner (Author), William Dyrness (Series Editor), Robert Johnston (Series Editor)
Being Conformed to Christ in Community: A Study of Maturity, Maturation and the Local Church in the Undisputed Pauline Epistles (The Library of New Testament Studies)

Being Conformed to Christ in Community: A Study of Maturity, Maturation and the Local Church in the Undisputed Pauline Epistles (The Library of New Testament Studies)
by James G. Samra (Author)
Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation (Cultural Liturgies)

Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation (Cultural Liturgies)
by James K.A. Smith (Author)
Shepherds After My Own Heart: Pastoral Traditions and Leadership in the Bible (New Studies in Biblical Theology)

Shepherds After My Own Heart: Pastoral Traditions and Leadership in the Bible (New Studies in Biblical Theology)
by Timothy S. Laniak (Author)
Slave of Christ: A New Testament Metaphor for Total Devotion to Christ (New Studies in Biblical Theology, 8)

Slave of Christ: A New Testament Metaphor for Total Devotion to Christ (New Studies in Biblical Theology, 8)
by Dr. Murray J. Harris Ph.D. (Author)
Servants of the Servant: A Biblical Theology of Leadership

Servants of the Servant: A Biblical Theology of Leadership
by Don N. Howell Jr. (Author)
Creative Bible Teaching

Creative Bible Teaching
by Lawrence O. Richards (Author), Gary J. Bredfeldt (Author)
Philosophy & Education: An Introduction in Christian Perspective

Philosophy & Education: An Introduction in Christian Perspective
by George R. Knight (Author)
A Theology for Christian Education

A Theology for Christian Education
by James R. Estep (Author), Michael Anthony (Author), Greg Allison (Author)

Best Science Podcasts 2018

We have hand picked the best science podcasts for 2018. Sit back and enjoy new science podcasts updated daily from your favorite science news services and scientists.
Now Playing: TED Radio Hour

Circular
We're told if the economy is growing, and if we keep producing, that's a good thing. But at what cost? This hour, TED speakers explore circular systems that regenerate and re-use what we already have. Guests include economist Kate Raworth, environmental activist Tristram Stuart, landscape architect Kate Orff, entrepreneur David Katz, and graphic designer Jessi Arrington.
Now Playing: Science for the People

#503 Postpartum Blues (Rebroadcast)
When a woman gives birth, it seems like everyone wants to know how the baby is doing. What does it weigh? Is it breathing right? Did it cry? But it turns out that, in the United States, we're not doing to great at asking how the mom, who just pushed something the size of a pot roast out of something the size of a Cheerio, is doing. This week we talk to anthropologist Kate Clancy about her postpartum experience and how it is becoming distressingly common, and we speak with Julie Wiebe about prolapse, what it is and how it's...