"'We provide a comfortable environment for them to learn what the Bible has to say in their own language,' DePaula said. 'We know of several hundreds who have been baptized through our Web site and get 50,000 to 80,000 visitors to our site each month.' "
Will mainline Protestants and thinking Christians keep up? There lies the rub.
Progressives are used to thinking that we own the internet. Moveon and the Dean campaign were our proof. But if fundamentalists get the leg on, they may harness volunteers and money at levels that progressive Christianity can't compete with. Sad day for the gospel. Progressives, where are you??