Thy Kingdom Connected Paperback
What the Church Can Learn from Facebook, the Internet, and Other Networks
by Dwight J. Friesen;
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Thy Kingdom Connected
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Thy Kingdom Connected by Dwight J. Friesen was published by Baker in December 2009 and is our 39166th best seller. The ISBN for Thy Kingdom Connected is 9780801071638.
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First Contextual Ecclesiology for a Networked WorldRyan Bolger, Associate Professor of Church in Contemporary Culture, Fuller Theological Seminary
Friesen brings together current thinking on the Trinity, the kingdom of God, and missional church, and creates the first contextual ecclesiology for a networked world. Highly recommended.
Thy Kingdom ConnectedMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This book looks at the theme of networked communities, however it does come with a bit of a warning because although Facebook is mentioned in the subtitle, isn't really about Facebook or social networking online, thats just a nice marketing play to make the book more appealing to a larger audience! Thy Kingdom Connected is really looking at Network Theory and relating this to how he, Friesen, believes the church should work. Network theory at it's most basic is an idea that has adherents in many fields of study and holds we are connected in all manner of ways by links, nodes and cluster groups. It's an interesting idea and so is the underlying content of this book, however it's not an easy book to wade through and has a very technical feel to it, being full of Venn and cluster link diagrams doesn't really help as it just adds to the feel of being some sort of science manual - though to be fair if I was more into science and/or liked visual cues then this book would have been more appealing and I can think of many who would like this book for those reasons. That said though if you want a book that really opens up the idea of the network theory and it's correlation to, connectivity to and implications for the church and what it could be, then this is that book and probably a very good one too as it does have some very interesting idea's of how things could work better and more intergratively across the church.
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|Page last updated||8th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Dwight J. Friesen|
|Publisher||Baker (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||176|