A couple of thoughts...
- The printing press allowed Christians to send written messages to the masses.
- Radio allowed Christians send audio message to the masses.
- TV allowed Christians to send video and audio to the masses.
- The internet is sending video, audio, and text... but it is allowing the masses to also interact with the message... search for answers to their own questions, and dialog with others on similar journeys.
Then I had to check what searches are common with Google:
Ouch... 'Christianity' is taking a bit of a beating by the average Google user.
At least God and Jesus are fairing a bit better.
And I see some interesting searches for the term church.
It's good to recognize what tools and sources we allow to influence our beliefs.
Past generations benefited from radio, tv, and the printing press to spread the good news of Jesus. I just thought it's interesting to recognize the role the internet is playing today.