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Computers in Church

ANGELS have entered the world of Space Invaders and Pacman, now that Churches in Britain have joined the world of wordprocessors and microcomputers.

One of the video games available from Microcomputers in Religious Education is Angels and Demons. a form of "battleships" using Citadels, Powers and Souls. In the ecumenical age the range of packages available is very wide, including marriage guidance courses such as The Dating Game and I Do.

The Church Computer Users Group was formed last year to encourage the use of computers by religious, and provides an up to date look at the latest hardware and software for its 500 members through its thrice annual magazine Church Computer, • The Secretary of the group is

Nigel Hardcastle, 112 Rotherfield Road, Barretts Green, Birmingham.




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