- Language: English
- 55 Pages
- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
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Local Church Digital Justice. Edition No. 1
- Published: July 2010
- 64 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
The Information Age has come with brand new challenges and also with a wealth of opportunities. While dealing with such challenges, the local Church in its evangelization in a rural setting can use the opportunities which come with the Information Age to bridge the digital gap between the rich and the poor in society. The majority of the people in local Churches have no access to the benefits of the Information Age. The local Church like as is being done in Chikuni Parish can foster digital justice in the evangelization of the poor and the marginalized. Local Church Digital Justice: Chikuni Parish as Case Study, therefore, has been written for all the faithful who care about evangelization in the contemporary information society. It serves satisfactorily as an introductory debate on the use of Information Communication Technology in parish ministry.
Victor C Zulu holds BA in Religious Studies CUEA, Kenya and a degree in Computer Science and currently pursuing MBA Edith Cowan University. He has Diploma in Social Communication and Theology from Tangaza College, Kenya. He previously worked with Chikuni Community Radio and he is presently working in the ICT at Zambia Daily Mail Limited.