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Hutchings, T. 2010. Online Christian Churches: Three Case Studies. Australian Religious Studies Review 23 (3). Australian Religious Studies Review: 325-345.
Hutchings, T. 2013. Considering Religious Community Through Online Churches. In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds, 164–172. Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. London, England: Routledge. https://books.google.com/books/about/Digital_Religion.html?id=ox4q7T59KikC.
Hutchings, T. 2011. Contemporary Religious Community And The Online Church. Information, Communication & Society 14 (8). Information, Communication & Society.
Hutchings, Tim. The Dis/Embodied Church: Worship, New Media And The Body. In Christianity In The Modern World: Changes And Controversies. Christianity In The Modern World: Changes And Controversies. Routledge.
Hutchings, T. 2012. Religion And The Digital Humanities: New Tools, Methods And Perspectives. In Annual Review Of The Sociology Of Religion. Vol. 3. Annual Review Of The Sociology Of Religion. Brill.
Hutchings, T. 2010. The Internet And The Church: An Introduction. Expository Times 122 (1). Expository Times: 11-19.
Hutchings, T. 2010. 'The Politics Of Familiarity: Visual, Liturgical And Organisational Conformity In The Online Church. Special Issue On Aesthetics And The Dimensions Of The Senses. Special Issue On Aesthetics And The Dimensions Of The Senses: 63-86. http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/volltextserver/volltexte/2010/11298/pdf/04.pdf.
Hutchings, T. 2011. Contemporary Religious Community And The Online Church. Information, Communication & Society 14 (8). Information, Communication & Society: 1118–1135. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2011.591410. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1369118X.2011.591410.
Hutchings, T. 2012. I Am Second: Evangelicals And Digital Storytelling. Australian Journal Of Communication 39 (1). Australian Journal Of Communication: 16.
Hutchings, T. 2012. Network Theology: Christian Understandings Of New Media. Journal Of Religion, Media And Digital Culture 01 (01). Journal Of Religion, Media And Digital Culture. http://jrmdc.com/reviews/network-theology-christian-understandings-of-new-media/.
Hutchings, T. 2012. Wiring Death: Dying, Grieving And Remembering On The Internet. In Emotion, Identity And Death: Mortality Across Disciplines. Emotion, Identity And Death: Mortality Across Disciplines. Ashgate.
Hutchings, Tim. 2013. Considering Religious Community Through Online Churches. In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415676113/.
Hutchings, T. 2012. Creating Church Online: Networks And Collectives In Contemporary Christianity. In Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices And Futures. Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices And Futures. Peter Lang.
Hughes-Freeland, F. 2006. Media. In Theorizing Rituals: Issues, Topics, Approaches, Concepts. Theorizing Rituals: Issues, Topics, Approaches, Concepts. Leiden: Brill. http://books.google.com/books/about/Theorizing_Rituals_Issues_topics_approac.html?id=f4nZAAAAMAAJ.
Howard, Robert G. 2000. Online Ethnography Of Dispensationalist Discourse: Revealed Verses Negotiated Truth. In Religion On The Internet: Research Prospects And Promises, 225-246. Religion On The Internet: Research Prospects And Promises. New York: JAI Press.

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