codec-blue-250Can you help shape an understanding of a crucial Bible and Mission issue?

The team at the CODEC Research Centre for Digital Theology are asking ‘Christian digital millennials’ to fill in a survey as part of an important piece of research called, ‘The Bible and Digital Millennials’. They define this group as ’18-35 year olds who feel at home in the digital world e.g. use social media, shop online)’.

Please do take part or pass it on to others who can. Here is a link to the survey along with the main information taken from the first page:

The Bible and Digital Millennials – survey

Thank you for your interest in this research project.

What follows is a brief description of this survey and contact details in case you have any questions about the project. Through this research we hope to take a snapshot of how the Bible is used, viewed and thought about by Christian digital millennials (that is 18-35 year olds who feel at home in the digital world e.g. use social media, shop online).

The questionnaire is an opportunity to share your experiences and opinions, because we want to be thorough, it is substantial and will take just over 20 minutes to complete. Importantly, you would be free to withdraw at any point in time (and your data would be destroyed). We assure you that all your responses (i.e. data) will be kept confidential and anonymous, and will be stored securely for a period of five years before being destroyed. The data produced by the survey will help us understand what, if any, place and function the Bible has amongst British Christian millennials.

The project is sponsored by Bible Society and is being carried out by CODEC, a research centre of Durham University.

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