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What is a digidisciple?
Whether as a Christian or a digital explorer, you’re a newbie or an old hat, a rookie or a bishop (and in the digital sphere, there will be some who fit in all categories), we all have something to contribute to the digital space. The concept of the digital as ‘space’ or a ‘culture’ is important as we come from a perspective in which:
- As Christians we live 24/7 for God, in whatever spaces we live in or engage with (see LICC for more on this).
- There is no such thing as ‘virtual’ and ‘real’ worlds: only online and offline space/cultures – the connection between the two is different for each individual.
- We need to take seriously our Christian presence both online and offline. Are we the same person, living by the same values in both ‘spaces’?
A Disciple is one who, by following Jesus, grows in their faith in Christ and in so doing models and teaches Christians the precepts of the Bible, prayer, doctrine, relationship, Christian living, service, and worship, to name the main ones.
A ‘digital disciple’, or, as we are calling it, a #digidisciple is someone who seeks to live out their Biblically-informed Christian faith in the digital space, whether they are dipping a toe in, or are fully immersed in the digital worlds … and, yes, there are lots of different digital worlds, including some more well known ones: Facebook, Twitter, blogging, Second Life, the increasingly mobile and interactive nature of the digital space… just as the online world has moved from read, to read/write, to immersed.
- How do I become a #digidisciple?
- When writing for #digidisciple, are there any style guides?
- How do I upload a post to the blog?
- Who are our #digidisciple(s)?
- Sharing and ‘Creating Bigger Bible Conversations’
- Sign up for the #digidisciple (non-regular) newsletter
- See the #digidisciple calendar
Please note that the views expressed by the Digital Disciples on this site are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Big Bible Project.