Tim Bednar Special Guest

Tim will be with us for the first hour at Suddenly Seminary. Lets meet Tuesday 13th July at 7-9 pm (GMT – london time). Discussion will revolve around Tim Bednar’s paper (with the obnoxious title) “We Know More Than Our Pastors: Why Bloggers are the Vanguard of the Participatory Church” Download the 45 page paper in PDF form here. and come ready to talk about it. Suddenly Seminary is a virtual room found at habbohotel.com.
Extra reading? Look at how other bloggers answered the same 5 questions that formed the basis for the paper.

Andrew

Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

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  • Suddenly Seminary

    I briefly participated in Suddenly Seminary today, but I forgot to take a picture of the event. So that’s me on the left, j:r, waving in the empty room after the fact. Note the graying hair. While I was there,

  • This has gone on long enough!

    So I’m checking out the Tall Skinny Kiwi as I regularly do, and in a recent post, he’s linked to a paper written by Tim Bednar, the guy running the show at e-church.com. In the paper Tim talks about blogging,

  • This has gone on long enough!

    So I’m checking out the Tall Skinny Kiwi as I regularly do, and in a recent post, he’s linked to a paper written by Tim Bednar, the guy running the show at e-church.com. In the paper Tim talks about blogging,

  • Andrew – Sorry about the multiple trackbacks. My first time sending a ping. Thanks for blogging: you make me think.
    (As an aside, I found you through Jed Brewster. I’m good buddies with him: went to college with him, now work with him. My wife and I hang out a lot with Jed and Melissa. Jed and I talk about your blog quite a bit.)

  • Andrew – Sorry about the multiple trackbacks. My first time sending a ping. As you can tell, I didn’t think the first one went through… 🙂 Thanks for blogging: you make me think.
    (As an aside, I found you through Jed Brewster. I’m good buddies with him: went to college with him, now work with him. My wife and I hang out a lot with Jed and Melissa. Jed and I talk about your blog quite a bit.)

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