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Latest update : 2011-05-13

Our Father who art in cyberspace

From Islam to Judaism to Christianity, more and more of the world's major faiths are going digital to connect with the faithful. The Web, tablets and mobile applications are all being used to build communities, inspire and convert people. But the digitization of religion is becoming increasingly controversial as it becomes more political.

By Eric Olander

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