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Digital Theology: The Big C #PremDac19

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Living faith-full community in the face of trauma. Explore how digital community exposes a God who calls us to campaign, collaborate, and care.

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Digital Theology: The Big C #PremDac19

  1. 1. @drbexl @revjoannecox Digital Theology: The Big C Rev Dr Joanne Cox-Darling Dr Bex Lewis
  2. 2. @drbexl @revjoannecox • The body of Christ has cancer • It’s messy and bloody. • It’s about life and death and the duvet days in between. • It’s full of community and life-givingness. • It’s about stories shared over dinner tables, and love letters whispered over deathbeds. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://youtu.be/LecA-XuvfHU
  4. 4. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0009n4r/strictly-come-dancing- series-17-week-5 Will Bayley/Strictly
  5. 5. @drbexl @revjoannecox 42 They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. 43 Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. 44 All the believers were together and had everything in common. 45 They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. 46 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, 47 praising God and enjoying the favour of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved. Acts 2:42-47
  6. 6. @drbexl @revjoannecox p100 DEATH
  7. 7. @drbexl @revjoannecox Via @thecancerpatient
  8. 8. @drbexl @revjoannecox ‘Seeing a sign on ManchesterTown Hall saying that it reopens in 2024, I wonder if I’ll still be here to see it. At an event last year at the Christie, I chose ‘Unsettling’ as the one word to summarise my experience with cancer, with spinal scans underway. Secondary cancer is often underfunded, so metastatic cancer offers fears of a foreshortened life.Within our culture we’re not very good at engaging with death. Andrew Graystone, who’s also been through cancer, said at Greenbelt Festival, ‘I am going to die as many times as the rest of you: once’. Kathryn Mannix’s recent book With the end in mind, encourages us to think about death as the end of uncertainty: if we know what we want our legacy to be, then we can get on with the business of living with a purpose.’ Bex Lewis http://bit.ly/Radio4LentCancer (2019)
  9. 9. @drbexl @revjoannecox
  10. 10. @drbexl @revjoannecox LIFE
  11. 11. @drbexl @revjoannecox Kindness can be silence, Admitting tears and fears. Let me be as I must be. Ends are sometimes beginnings. • Kernels of hope Are waiting - Learning what might be, Embracing what is. #KALE Poems from @RoxNicholl • Keep on keeping on. Always look in the bright side. Love conquers all. Everyone has a cliché. Keep your mealy words And trite proverbs. Let me feel this ... Everything does not happen for a reason.
  12. 12. @drbexl @revjoannecox p47 VULNERABILIITY
  13. 13. @drbexl @revjoannecoxhttps://brenebrown.com/
  14. 14. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://metupuk.org.uk/
  15. 15. @drbexl @revjoannecox #WaitingRoomFeet @drbexl
  16. 16. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://www.latimes.com/opinio n/op-ed/la-xpm-2013-apr- 07-la-oe-0407-silk-ring- theory-20130407-story.html Ring Theory
  17. 17. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://www.bbc.co.u k/programmes/p0608 649 #YouMeBigC SAFE PLACES
  18. 18. @drbexl @revjoannecox ‘I have found social media essential for my wellbeing through 2+ years of treatment, including being able to share information ‘once’ via blogs/social media (rather than having that cancer conversation over and over again), and being able to access lots of useful information which there’s no time for in medical consultations, or ‘just in time’ information when I’m wide awake at 3am with some horrible side effect. There is also a lot of fun to be had with a group who gets where you are coming for, and tells you about the extra things you can access – from benefits to ‘Look Good Feel Better’.’ Bex Lewis http://j.mp/FBGroupSocMedCancer
  19. 19. @drbexl @revjoannecox
  20. 20. @drbexl @revjoannecox ‘Theological values of “interdependence and openness to others,” however, encourages sharing which enables users to see some acts of surveillance “as a good and necessary act of care.”Yngvesson (Lewis 2017c) notes that where surveillance is used as a bridging mechanism, this creates a healthy community, whilst when used in a demanding and exclusive way, it becomes unhealthy.’ Lewis, Bex. 2018. Social Media, Peer Surveillance, Spiritual Formation, and Mission: PractisingChristian Faith in a Surveilled Public Space. Surveillance & Society 16(4): 517-532. http://bit.ly/SurvSocFaithSocMedia
  21. 21. @drbexl @revjoannecox p75 A MESSAGE TO THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
  22. 22. @drbexl @revjoannecox https://youtu.be/O6zJmCAmp1I
  23. 23. @drbexl @revjoannecox
  24. 24. @drbexl @revjoannecox BINGO?
  25. 25. @drbexl @revjoannecox 24/7 CHURCH?
  26. 26. @drbexl @revjoannecox ‘I really enjoyed reading this book on both a personal and professional level - yes, it's not perfect (what is?) - and I had a few quibbles with the sense that face-to-face is still the ULTIMATE to aim for, but the author works with young adults, researches faith and digital, and has Stage IV cancer - so lots of helpful overlaps. Well written and based within theology to illustrate that church has always had a 'virtual' dimension, from Paul's letters to the early church, and it's about understanding the strong and weak ties that hold us together, and how digital can be critically investigated.’ Bex Lewis, GoodReads
  27. 27. @drbexl @revjoannecox DIGITAL WELLBEING
  28. 28. @drbexl @revjoannecox WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?