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America is addicted to fake news. What “appears” to be a new phenomenon and social concern influenced by the pervasiveness of social media, is actually deeply engrained in the American psyche and political, media, social and religious landscape since the founding of the country.

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U.S. society is obsessed with social media and online networks while a deep unease is pervading our use of these tools. What should the faith community’s response be to this phenomenon at the local, regional, national, and transnational level? This article explores faith community and...