Protestant churches adopt new technology

October 2005
Christian Century;10/18/2005, Vol. 122 Issue 21, p18
Focuses on the adoption of technological innovations by Protestant congregations in the U.S. Percentage of Protestant churches that have Web sites; Use large-screen projection technology by the church; Stance of Protestants on the use of electronic funds transfer.


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