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Religion on the Internet
Religion on the internet

Claude Lévi-Strauss would be proud. At its most basic level, a computer is Urim and Thummim – yes/no; on/off; open/closed – a set of binary distinctions that has grown into such ever-increasing complexity that the foundations of its technology have been utterly lost to the vast majority of those who use ...

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