We Agree with the Pope – The Word of God and the Digital Continent

This weekend, Benedict XVI, speaking to the priests and other consecrated servants of the Roman Catholic Church, commended blogging as a further means to proclaim the Word of God to the world. We couldn’t agree more.

ConcordiaTheology.org is a case-in-point that the web-based resources of blogs, among other things, can and ought to be used for the furtherance of God’s Kingdom work on the “digital continent.”

The Vatican even has its own YouTube channel.

Check out the transcription of Benedict XVI’s brief address here.

You know you’ve got something to say. Do it with humility and in service. Start a blog, and here; or here.

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