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In cyberspace, no one can hear you pray!

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posted on May, 13 2004 @ 11:03 AM
Ok this is not really a Conspiracy in Religion or is it but I thought it had relevance! being an online church it's kind of like the Sims game but you a take part in a real mass. With a real vicar when there is no mass you are free to roam around and do, as you please with in limits no bad behaviour.I think its going to be a good idea in some case's but your going to get some crazy people in there bound to be messing around. So what do you think is this the way forward for the church to reach people of a technical age who have a busy lifestyle or who are house bound and might not have time to get to church and pray...
On line church

Churches are having to use their imagination to attract new members. The 3D virtual-reality Church of Fools is just one idea, but does it have any chance of building a congregation?
As I took my pew, I noticed that not only was the guy next to me wearing the same clothes as me, but we had the same heads on as well. A true 21st Century faux pas.

Before you can go into the virtual church, you must choose what your character looks like. This being the first service, options are still limited - hence the coincidence of two people who fancied quiffs and baby blue Argyle jumpers.

[Edited on 13-5-2004 by SE7EN]

posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:05 PM

I have been there looking around. Hung out in the crypt for a bit listening to the conversation.
The church itself was rather cool looking. I wanderd around checking out the pictures and watching people kneel and pray. It was actually rather nice, and a neat concept for a cyber church. A lot better than a basic chatroom set-up.

Might go back again sometime just to see whats up.


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