July 14, 2010

CNN reports:

Young delivered his sermon, but he couldn’t hear or see his congregation respond: He wasn’t physically there.

Young’s parishioners were instead looking at a high-def video image of their pastor beamed into their sanctuary from a “mother” church in Grapevine, Texas.

Young is part of a new generation of pastors who can be in two places at one time. They are using technology — high-def videos, and even holograms — to beam their Sunday morning sermons to remote “satellite” churches that belong to their congregation…

Esposito is a member of Fellowship Church, where he has listened to Young preach for the last five years.

“I feel closer to the sermon than I would if I ever attended in person,” Esposito said. “The screen is so big; it’s almost lifelike. I would rather see Ed [Young] on the big screen than somewhere live…”



Posted by Jerome Doolittle at July 14, 2010 01:49 PM
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Holograms, eh? How about we find some competent hackers and good artists and have a new feed into this clown's "remote" churches.

Something like, the clown fades out and Jesus Christ appears and tells the believers that they are dealing with Satan. The building they are in is contaminated by Satan. That they have been following Satan's rule and he's sick of it.

Now that would be interesting.

Posted by: Needs more on July 15, 2010 1:12 PM
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