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Apr 18, 2012


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Recently started "physically" browsing a net-savvy ministry http://www.porticocville.org/home/

This particular ministry provides a relevant gospel message from a centralized location and streams it live via the Internet to satellite locations, one of which I have been part. This is a highly effective means of dispersing the abilities of an effective communicator, and can make up for the widespread deficiency in this area. It must be realized however, that no technology can substitute for physical human interaction. You cannot kiss your wife via Facebook. Nevertheless, much like the advantage provided by the printing press, and later radio and television, Truth has much to gain due to the loss of ecclesiastical knowledge control.

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