Open Source Religious Materials

I'm off to Minneapolis to participate in a meeting at Luther Seminary to help plan and implement an open source site for religious materials. This is an idea whose time has come because the ferment at the grassroots, engaged as it already is to a global network, is posed to build a new network of social relationships. I hope that the large religious Christian publishing houses will notice this and see how they can change in ways that serve the new ways of making materials. If not, they will most likely die out from lack of sales.

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