Internet Archive

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Online porn feeding addictions

It was an email that prompted Gary to finally come clean. A man in his Bible study group had written to the other members, confessing to a pornography addiction. After reading the admission, Gary closed the door to his Dallas …

Cyber-church forced to close e-pulpit

The world’s first cyber church has had to close its pulpit to ordinary worshippers after people logged in and used swear words on the site. The Church of Fools said it had tightened security, including withdrawing the “preach button“ and …

First web-pastor appointed

Alyson Leslie, a lay pastor, will run i-Church, a community of worshippers from all over the world who will congregate at the website for prayers in chatrooms, webcast services and e-mail socialising. It is the first time a web community …

Google revisits policy on hate sites

Search engine to reconsider labeling in response to Jewish group upset by anti-Semitic content Google, the leading Internet search engine, is considering more clearly identifying offensive Web sites in its search results, such as those of anti-Semitic groups, as hate …

Virtual church to open online

Rising early on a Sunday morning and dressing in your finest threads for the church service will no longer be necessary, with the launch of the virtual Church Of Fools next month. Fools? Do not deceive yourselves. If any one …

Google won’t dump anti-Semitic site

San Francisco – Google, under fire for refusing to exclude an anti-Semitic website from Internet search results, on Tuesday said it cannot deny users access because that would betray a vow to deliver unbiased information – no matter how it …

Click and ye shall be saved

God works in mysterious ways, it is claimed, and one of them increasingly appears to be via the World Wide Web. According to a major new survey on internet use in the United States, more than a third of all …

Surfing the Web gets spiritual

UNC study shows teens visiting religious sites; most do homework So maybe teens surfing the Net isn’t as scary as we thought. The results of a survey of 2,600 U.S. teens released today indicate that far more teens visit religious …

Spiritual Issues Lead Many to the Net

For people questioning their faith or those who have left their church the Internet offers sanctuary in the form of Web sites and online bulletin boards where like-minded souls share their concerns and feelings. “The Internet has this weird combination …