Tuesday, July 31, 2007

"The Jesuit Review" And The Dawn Of The Golden Age Of Evangelization

Hugh Hewitt? Evangelical? Talking about the Jesuits?

On the eve of the feast day of Ignatius Loyola, John Brown, S.J., launches The Jesuit Review, which features a 10 installment set of internet videos focusing on Jesuit/Ignatian spirituality, Jesuit history and contemporary Jesuits.

Brown is joining a list of extraordinary Christian commentators who grasp the incredible potential of the web to change how the Church communicates with the world. Evangelization has never had such opportunities open to it, and a series of extraordinarily talented theologians are demonstrating to the wider community of Christian scholars, teachers and pastors the vast potential of the web, among them Albert Mohler, Jr, Mark D. Roberts and John Mark Reynolds --Presbyterian, Baptist, and Orthodox respectively. There are of course many others, and folks like Joe Carter are showing laymen as well how to use the web to communicate their values and worldview. A new and younger group of Christian bloggers are also making their way into the virtual crossroads, among them Rhett Smith and Matt Anderson.

Read Hugh Hewitt's Blog Post (here)


Jeff Miller said...

Hugh is an ex-Catholic, though he remains quite Catholic friendly on his show.

Joseph Fromm said...

I did not know that.