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Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials Paperback – September 2, 2017
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Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is an award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty books. A twelve-time Faculty Award winner, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. A gifted speaker, he is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation. Find more on Oord's thoughts and projects at http://thomasjayoord.com
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1) A good intro to the personalities and work of many current theologians and scholars.
2) Interesting, insightful, practical and sometimes humorous personal anecdotes.
3) Good advice and tips for those using, or considering the use of, social media.
I would have given this unique compilation 5 stars if it had received more thorough editing/proofreading. Many of the often lively essays needed more attention to editing. This works if you think of each essay as a personal correspondence; or imagine that you're reading the essays on Facebook or other social media where we're much more forgiving of typos.