Over the last few decades a growing number of theologians have reflected on impact of digitization and its implications for religious faith and practices. They have approached this from different perspectives, using a range of methodologies, covering a multitude of topics. More recently there has been a concerted effort through the Global Network for Digital Theology to bring these scholars together to survey the research to date and to encourage future studies.
These articles, published in Cursor_, are a part of this effort. They expand on a panel titled ‘Defining Digital Theology’ at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion. They are important contributions to digital theology as an emerging discipline, both in defining/discerning the discipline as a whole, and by providing sustained reflection on how theology and digitality intersect and mutually critique each other.