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This past weekend I participated in a session on social media at the biennial meeting of the Conference on Faith and History. It was a great session and I had fun being a part of it. For those of you who were not able to attend, the participants in the session will be posting their short talks at their respective blogs. Today, session chair Jonathan Den Hartog has posted his opening remarks at Historical Conversations. I will post my remarks here at The Way of Improvement Leads Home on Wednesday. Chris Gehrz will post his presentation on Thursday at The Pietist Schoolman, and Paul Putz will share his thoughts on his personal blog. Finally, on Monday Den Hartog will summarize the session at Religion in American History.
Here is a taste of Den Hartog’s remarks:
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