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I wrote a chapter in a new book, Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials edited by Dr. Thomas Jay Oord. It is a very interesting book if you are interested in social media, how it works, how to use it effectively etc.,
The insights in these 90+ essays are nothing short of inspiring! Their tips on best practices for social engagement, time management, social media as a resource for scholarship or creativity, technology and pedagogy, etc. will help readers tremendously.
The contributors are diverse. They include….
– Public theologians like Ben Corey, Brian McLaren, and Richard Rohr
– Younger scholars like Tripp Fuller, Jorey Micah, and Alexis Waggoner
– Biblical scholars like Michael Gorman, Joel Green, and Daniel Kirk
– Philosophers like Helen De Cruz, Aaron Simmons, and Kevin Timpe
– Establish scholars like James Crossley, Kwok Pui-lan, and Amos Yong
– Scholars outside North America like Deane Galbraith, RT Mullins, Hanna Reichel, and Atle Sovik
– Pastoral theologians like Patricia Farmer, Len Sweet, and Kurt Willems
– Historical theologians like Kim Alexander and Christine Helmer
– Science and religion scholars like Ron Cole-Turner, Karl Giberson, Lea Schweitz, and Jim Stump
– Constructive theologians like Oliver Crisp, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, and Jason Lepojärvi
– Ethicists like Miguel De La Torre, David Gushee, and Michael Hardin
…and the list goes on!
Whether the reader is an armchair theologian, a professional scholar, a graduate student, or simply interested in how social media is changing religious and philosophical studies, that reader will find Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media of great help.
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About the Author:
Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is an award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty books. A twelve-time Faculty Award winner, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. A gifted speaker, he is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation. Find more on Oord’s thoughts and projects at http://thomasjayoord.com